Skipping breakfast might be healthier than eating sugary foods in the morning.
It is yet another one of nutrition’s hot button issues: eat breakfast or skip it.
And it’s a matter I’ve wondered about ever since North Americans and their erstwhile eating habits became smitten with constant grazing and snacking.
Some believe breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Others, like Dr. Jason Fung, author of The Obesity Code, a modern-day bible on how to fast to lose weight, says that forgoing the morning meal is a reasonable option, a possible key to health and weight loss.
This made me wonder: should I kick my morning-eat-a-thon to the curb and wait for lunch?
To help me out (I’m a reader and can ask questions for this column too, you know!), I turned to Dr. Nick Bellissimo, associate professor and director of the Nutrition Discovery Labs at Ryerson University.
He agreed to put me through an experiment that would give me an answer.
Source: Toronto Star. For rest of article by Michele Henry.