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Whatever you do, don't skip breakfast.

Breakfast: It's the most important meal of the day.


Such pronouncements carry almost the aura of nutritional religion: carved in stone, not to be questioned. But a few nutritionists and scientists are questioning this conventional wisdom.

http://www.sun-sentinel.com/news/local/southflorida/sfl-918breakfasthype,0,44179.story

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I haven't eaten breakfast in about three years, and I seem to be doing ok.

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Another shoddy science story I've heard, but have no proof of. Perhaps someone can enlighten me? Here goes:

That statement originates from a study ordered and paid for by the milk industry. It was performed by letting kids used to eating a big breakfast go without and compare their results in school with kids used to a big breakfast who still got their breakfast. Hardly surprising, the kids who stuck with their habits and had breakfast had better results. This was widely reported in various ad campaigns, until it became "truth".

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I haven't eaten breakfast in about three years, and I seem to be doing ok.
Same here. I only eat breakfast at hotels.

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I'm really confused. Should I eat breakfast or shouldn't I? I'm afraid that if I don't, I'll feel miserable until lunch.

- Pseudo "leftovers for breakfast - again?" Croat

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quote:
Originally posted by Troberg:

I haven't eaten breakfast in about three years, and I seem to be doing ok. Same here. I only eat breakfast at hotels.

This seems odd. You don't like eating a breakfast, but you force yourself to eat one when you stay at hotels, presumably because you have paid for it?

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Originally posted by Pseudo_Croat:
I'm really confused. Should I eat breakfast or shouldn't I? I'm afraid that if I don't, I'll feel miserable until lunch.

Why would you change your morning routine based on this one article? Especially when it includes such statements as these:

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Pro-breakfast researchers and dietitians are not too impressed by such findings. They note that animal studies may not apply to human beings, and as-yet-unpublished trials on people have not yet passed the test of critical peer review.

The case against breakfast is "based on bad science and spurious assumptions," says Murphy of Harvard.

"Don't throw out breakfast because of a few animal studies," he says. "Even for adults, the evidence is strong."




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I didn't eat breakfast for about 4 years, mainly because I couldn't find anything I liked to eat for breakfast, and I was adamant that there was no need to eat breakfast, and was convinced that if I started eating it again I would put on weight.

Then one day earlier this year I stayed overnight at my parent's house on a work night, and my Mum wouldn't let me leave in the morning until I'd eaten something.

To keep the peace I did, and to my suprise I felt so much more awake and had so much more energy through the day, that now if I'm going to work I always eat breakfast, and I feel much better for it. YMMV

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I only eat breakfast if I'm hungry. I usually don't get hungry until 10:00 AM, though. In middle school and high school I was lectured by my teachers when I told them I didn't eat breakfast. The simple fact was, I was absolutely not hungry at 6:00 AM, and if I try to stuff food in my mouth before I'm fully awake and hungry, I feel like puking. So I packed extra food in my lunch and had a mid-morning brunch between classes. I'll listen to my body, not what some stranger thinks is best for me.

I still can't eat more than a small bowl of cereal or some fruit in the morning. I think of those stereotypical family breakfasts with loads of pancakes and bacon and orange juice, and I'm always amazed at how anyone can be hungry for lots of food first thing in the morning. I have to get up and be active before I start getting hungry.

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I find it difficult to eat anything before 10 am. I used to force myelf to do it, and I usually ended up feeling ill.

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Eat when you're hungry people. I've never eaten breakfast in my entire life and whilst this is a bummer when the pangs kick in right in the middle of a four hour meeting from hell, you're doing yourself no favours by forcing food down when your body isn't ready for it. Some people are hungry in the morning others, like myself, take a couple of hours to get digestively orientated.

If you find yourself in a situation where you might get hungry without being able to go for a meal, keep something small and snacky handy, a banana or a nut bar, and that'll tide you over. Kepp hydrated by all means, but your body can a go a few extra hours without a feed in the morning...

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It's not so much skipping breakfast but realizing that it doesnt' have to resemble the image assocaiated with "this healthy breakfast". You know the one - bowl of cerial, glass of milk and/or orange juice, toast and a piece of fruit.

I have to eat something especially since I'm going to the gym early in the morning. However, I was shocked to find that two sticks of string cheese will satisfy me until lunch. Avoid anyting grain based has really helped me. Back when I still had cerial in the morning I would be hungry by ten.

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Cervus sometimes I swear we were separated at birth or something.

I simply cannot eat before 9 or 10am. Even if I am in fact hungry, even so much as a cup of tea too early will give me horrible stomach cramps. It's like my digestive system hasn't woken up yet.

I ate breakfast every day as a kid; it wouldn't have occurred to me to skip it. The last 10 years or so though, my body has changed and given new meaning to "not a morning person".

Please excuse any weird sentence structure ... obviously I'm posting this before 8, so I haven't had tea yet!

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Whatever floats your boat. I always eat something when I first get up; usually it's a pancake or two, but sometimes it's just good ol' cereal.
Like so many other things, YMMV.

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I've noticed that the larger a breakfast I have, the hungrier I get halfway through the morning. This is probably because I'm not eating "filling" food.

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quote:
Originally posted by Jay Tea:
Eat when you're hungry people.

'Xactly. I am a breakfast eater, but I very seldom have an evening meal. It's generally more trouble than it's worth.
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I always eat breakfast in the morning whether I'm hungry or not, at least during the week at work. I find if I eat something light, and with fiber and protein, I'm more alert and productive, and I don't get hungry until lunchtime.

I usually eat a package of instant oatmeal with added fiber and a hardboiled egg with a small cup of milk around 6:45am when I first get to work.

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Jay Tea, I agree. But I don't really like eating so if it wasn't for needing to give Abby lunch or the family supper, I would forget to eat most days.

I can't eat on an empty stomach. I have to have a coffee milk or chocolate milk (basically any drink milk-based) before I can eat.

I get sick to my stomach if I eat breakfast. I haven't eaten breakfast regularly since I was in elementary school over 25 years ago. Mom tried to force me to but stopped after I started vomiting it up from being so nauseous.

I do enjoy a good home-cooked breakfast once in a while like if I'm staying over at my Dad's. But by the time its cooked, I have been up for a while and my stomach is settled.

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tribrats, you're the first person I've ever heard of besides myself that doesn't like to eat. Do you get people trying to feed you, too? I get lectured on my nutrition fairly regularly, but eating usually just makes me feel sick to my stomach, so the negative relationship between myself and food has been well established.

Growing up, I ate a bowl of cereal (either Cheerios or Rice Krispies) every morning, and to this day, if I have to eat breakfast, cereal is about all I can stomach. Usually I eat cereal for dinner or a late night snack.

If it's a workday, I have one or two cups of tea, and then by noon, I'm ready for lunch (I wake up around 7ish). If I'm at home, I have my tea, but usually forget to eat lunch until around 2 or so. I have noticed that if I do eat breakfast before work, I'm practically starving by 10, and my blood sugar fluctuates a lot. It's just easier to skip it.

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Aud, I have the same cereal issue. If I eat that, I'm hungry an hour later. If I have a boiled egg, I feel hungry at "lunch" time.

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Aud, I have the same cereal issue. If I eat that, I'm hungry an hour later. If I have a boiled egg, I feel hungry at "lunch" time.

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NeeCD, yeah, constantly have my Mom trying to shove food down my throat when I go over. I don't mind eating- when I'm hungry- and enjoy the taste but I don't need a lot and have to psych myself up to eat sometimes. Most times I don't eat until supper except some munching on pretzels or maybe a tuna sandwich during the day.

Although, my friend got me hooked on calzones.

But I have to be careful and try to make myself eat during the day because I have hypoglycemia and I don't like getting lightheaded.

ETA: Eating doesn't give me an upset stomach, I just don't ever really feel hungry.

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Cold leftover pizza. Preferably left out in the box on the table all night...

The breakfast of champions. And dorm students everywhere.

Mmmm.

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Cold leftover pizza. Preferably left out in the box on the table all night...

The breakfast of champions. And dorm students everywhere.

Mmmm.

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I usually don't have anything for breakfast during the week except for a cup of coffee. When I do eat breakfast on the weekends I usually have to wait at least an hour or so until I can stomach anything. I get the morning nausea also. My favorite breakfast is a croissant with jam, fruit, and some bacon or ham. YUM!

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I have to have something to eat when I first wake up, I feel sluggish without eating, but a large breakfast slows me down as much as no breakfast. A small bowl of whole grain cereal (1/4 of grapenuts, for instance) will get me started, but I feel the need for a snack in an hour or so.
Smoothies are my favorites. 1 1/2 cup skim milk, 1/2 bananna, a handful of berries (I keep blue, black and rasberries in my freezer), 1 tablespoon peanut butter, 1 tablespoon plain yogurt, 1 teaspoon wheat germ and one scoop of protein powder. Takes me about 5 minutes to make. I chug about 1/4 right after making it, sip some as I get ready for work and some more on the drive. Then I have about half for a mid-morning snack. I use a Braun hand blender and mix it right in my thermos, so clean-up is easy.
The blender and thermos are easy to clean, and when (if) luchtime comes around, I'm really not that hungry. A salad will easily do the trick, with a sandwich (tuna or peanut butter) a couple of hour later.

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I, too find that if I eat anything before 10:00am I am starving by, well, 10:00am. I really do think that your digestive system needs to "wake up" with the rest of you and some people are better off skipping breakfast. That said, I think it can sometimes help brain power in the early morning, as long as you have something packed for that mid-morning slump.
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Everyday during high school, I would eat breakfast. Mainly it was cereal or frozen pancakes or waffles or a toaster strudel, but once in a while, I made a more "complete" breakfast, with microwaved frozen breakfast sausage, one or two frozen pancakes, and one or two frozen waffles or french toast sticks. Yummmmmmm! My mom or I would also fry some Taylor Ham/pork roll (Haha, all you non-New Jerseyians are missing out!) or a corn muffin fryed with butter. YUM!!! *starts drooling* Oh, and orange juice, that always woke me up.

Then, during this summer, I would wake up, and not feel like eating for half of the day. That sucked, I missed breakfast!

Now, in college, I usually just have a Carnation Instant Breakfast drink, or in the rare times I don't go back to sleep after my earliest class, I get a bagel with creme cheese or a donut from the cafe.

When I was younger, my mom would make french toast with this awesome six-multi-grain bread, bacon, and eggs (I hate eggs). Sigh, those were the days. When I go home for the weekend, I'm gonna ask her if she can cook the family breakfast again.

I feel so hungry right now, even though I'm full.

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I have always gone with a big breakfast. I will amit it take a hour of being awake before I can eat. When it comes to cuting back on food and dieting. I found that have a only a salid for dinner make a good light meal. You do not need the energy to sleep.
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This seems odd. You don't like eating a breakfast, but you force yourself to eat one when you stay at hotels, presumably because you have paid for it?
Oh, don't get me wrong, I like breakfast. I'm just too lazy and hate kitchen stuff.

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I forget to eat, too. I made myself eat three squares a day after my daughter started on solids. I've gained a bit of weight. [Frown] Now that she's in Kindergarten, I've gone back to grazing when I'm hungry. We'll see if the weight comes back off and I feel better digestively.

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I pretty much have to eat breakfast if I'm planning on not feeling like crap. However, I absolutely love breakfast food. I especially love those McGriddle-type sandwiches.

I usually eat cereal and some yogurt but occasionaly I'll make something like eggs and ham if I'm bored or something.

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I could (and have) eat a huge breakfast and nothing else for the rest of the day. I'd much rather have the food early than late. If I'm to skip a meal, lunch or supper are just fine, though. Lately, with Mooommmmeee returning to the workforce I find myself eating lunch at around 2pm with an option supper. I don't think I could skip breakfast, though. On the rare occassions that I have, I just felt like crap.

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My breakfast needs have changed too. When I was a kid, I always ate a hearty breakfast, because that's what my family did. If I waited too long to eat in the morning, i would get nauseated. Now, I often just have a glass of goat's millk, my vitamins, and usually some fibre capsules. If I eat, even something high-protein, I'm hungry by midmorning. When I have my glass of milk, I'm energized until almost noon.

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I have heard not eating breakfast is a helpful way to prevent and treat acne. Apparently eating breakfast stops the cleansing process of the body it is continuing from the night before. After eating, the body stops it cleansing and focuses on digesting the food. I eat breakfast everyday and do not have any facial problems, but sometimes I do feel a little stomach pain.
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see, i'm another who can't eat breakfast in the morning, just because I simply am not hungry. and if I do manage to eat, it sends my blood pressure and blood sugar up way too high, so I end up feeling worse all day than if i didn't eat.

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