Friday, September 9, 2016
Are You Supposed to be Eating This for Breakfast?
When we were on farms we loved to eat a big breakfast. However, in today's world we eat something much smaller and then opt for a hug supper. I think the opposite is more important.
It seems to be wiser to eat a large breakfast, a small lunch, and a smaller supper. This provides more opportunity to have your energy through the busiest part of the day and then reduce those calories as you become prepared for sleep.
Eating a large meal late at night might cause excess calories to deposit and raise your fat level. What you eat for breakfast is as important as the size. Consider healthy foods such as whole grains, eggs, lean meats vs. bacon/sausage, wholewheat bread and fruit.