There are some facts that are indisputable, the earth travels around the sun, gravity pulls things down and like it or not, breakfast is still the most important meal of the day.
People who eat breakfast regularly tend to have less weight problems, more energy through out the day and better concentration.
Skipping breakfast is hard on the body and can lead to some expensive health problems down the road (your body was never meant to go for 18 hours between meals). But what to eat for breakfast?
Food in the last few years seems to become the enemy. Is the food we are eating for breakfast killing us? With hidden salts, hidden fats, and cholesterol, it seems that everything that we reach for has had a study done to show how bad it is for us. Most people get their health information (and misinformation)from television commercials but how accurate are they?
What's the truth and how do we eat a healthy breakfast?