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Is Breakfast Really the Most Important Meal of the Day?

You may have heard the saying “breakfast is the most important meal of the day,” but is this claim true or not?

In English, breakfast literally means to “break the fast,” since it is the first meal you eat after sleeping and therefore fasting. Because of this you may eat anything for breakfast anytime of the day. You may eat breakfast at 4am, 11am or 2pm, the time you eat doesn’t matter. The importance lies in what you eat for the first meal of the day.

Americans have a very narrow definition of breakfast. if you dislike cereal, eggs, pancakes or bacon you are out of luck. It is silly to think that only certain foods are appropriate for the first meal of the day. For thousands of years, breakfast simply consisted of leftovers from the night before. It wasn't until the industrial revolution in the late 1800's when the Kellogg brothers developed corn flakes. It was the combination of advertising, accessibility of refrigeration for milk and cheep sweeteners to make the bland corn flakes taste better, that launched the age of cereal. The rise of cereal established breakfast as a meal with distinct foods and created the model of processed, ready-to-eat breakfast that still largely reigns. And it all depended on advertising that suggests that breakfast is the most important meal of the day.

It is not healthy to eat the amount of sugar that these processed cereals provide in the morning. Most people have no idea that eating the right breakfast sets the tone for the day, it effects cravings, mood, energy levels, weight, blood glucose and your metabolism. This all has to do with something called your microbiome. This describes the trillions of microbes that live in your gut. These microbes interact with your body, the food you eat, and with each other. They can even send messages to the brain with what is known as the gut-brain axis, if your gut is healthy, they will send happy messages to your brain.

We know that a healthy microbiome is one that has both a large number and diversity of microbes. The beneficial microbes work together to reduce inflammation, which is at the heart of many serious complaints like insulin resistance, type 2 diabetes, obesity, high blood pressure and, depression. In the book, The Stress Solution, by Dr Rangan Chatterjee, goes into more detail on how this interaction works, “The food that we eat, out gut microbiome and our immune system are intimately linked. The right kind of food promotes a healthy microbiome, which in turn helps to train and educate the immune system, making it much more likely to produce a critical type of cells called `regulatory T-cells`. These cells help to dial down the immune-system response, reducing inflammation in the first place…. Chronic inflammation is at the heart of many serious complaints that I see … every single day, weather it is insulin resistance, type 2 diabetes, obesity, high blood pressure or depression."

Eating foods that are nutrient dense and minimally processed, such as whole grains with fruit and vegetables, will build a more abundant and diverse group of gut bacteria, making you healthier and more resilient. Eating one to two servings of fermented foods, such as kimchi sauerkraut, kefir, and kombucha, which all contain beneficial bacteria and can result in a healthy balance of bacterial in the intestines.

If you think your body needs extra help in the morning to set the right tone for a healthy microbiome you might need to supplement with with probiotics, prebiotics, antioxidants and cellular energy.

According to Dr Jack Tips, "If you do not have efficient cellular energy production, the body will have a tendency to retain toxins because it simply does not have the cellular fires (energy) to either burn them up or chemically alter them, or facilitate the needed detoxification processes via the liver, and other eliminative organs – skin, kidneys/bladder, lymphatic system, lungs, gall bladder, and bowels."

You need cellular energy to give your body the energy it needs to detoxify.

If you think you have been exposed to toxic chemicals a good way to detox the toxic chemicals is to drink a lot of water, exercise and provide your body with enough cellular energy and amino acids to enhance all vital functions including the body’s self-detoxifying mechanisms.

Take fiber and probiotics to cleanse out the toxic mess inside your body so healing can be more effective. When too many toxins accumulate in your body- your body can’t function correctly.

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Alex Nguyen
Alex Nguyen
Jan 30, 2020

Thank you!

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