Interestingly, the report also points out that all-day breakfast menus remain popular indicating that people do like breakfast food—when they have time to eat it. So how exactly can someone start the day off right when pressed for time?
One tip from healthy eating gurus is to make sure you're stocked with essentials that make it easy. Nix chef John Fraser keeps Greek yogurt in his fridge so he can get a high-protein start to his day. Or, take 10 minutes the night before and prep some delish, fiber-packed overnight oats to eat when you wake up.
If you still would rather wait until lunch for your first meal of the day, consider this science-backed reason that you shouldn't: It turns out that breakfast eaters tend to be healthier than those who skip an a.m. meal, with lower blood pressure, cholesterol, obesity, and risk of developing diabetes.
Suddenly, that 15 minutes before work seems a lot more meaningful, right?
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