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Posted by: Katharine Heriges on Jul 31, 2019
Experts say breakfast is the most important meal of the day, citing the fact that we are actually breaking our overnight fast. We need to provide fuel to our bodies before we put them to work and breakfast helps with energy, as well as decreasing hunger and cravings later in the day, improving cognition, and reducing one’s risk for obesity. Because the morning rush can be so chaotic and busy, try doing some preparations the night before so having a healthful breakfast the next morning is easier. For example, you could cut up fruit and nuts to add to yogurt or oats. Making a larger batch of steel-cut oats enables you to simply reheat individual portions as desired. If eggs would be appealing, you could whisk them with salt and pepper and refrigerate in a container so cooking them the next morning requires just one step. If you enjoy smoothies, you can place all ingredients except the liquid into a zip-top bag, then freeze and blend with the liquid in the morning.