Many morning items aren't particularly nutritious and may cause intestinal difficulties. Many popular breakfast dishes lack vital nutrients, leaving you hungry before lunch.
Jerlyn Jones, a registered dietitian nutritionist in the United States, says that low-fiber, high-added sugar, and saturated fat breakfast items are the worst.
Sugar-laden breakfast cereals, flavored yogurts, and muesli bars, along with refined wheat items like pancakes and biscuits are among the greatest offenders, Waters said.
Cereal, doughnuts, morning pastries, and sweetened coffee drinks all include simple sugars, which contribute to weight gain and obesity.
These extra sugars hit you like a sugar bomb and are swiftly turned into calories. This may have a negative impact on one's health.
Because of the quick digestion of carbohydrates found in certain foods, blood glucose and insulin levels may fluctuate significantly following a meal.
"Eating these meals for breakfast may contribute to feeling lethargic, unsatiated, and overeating later in the day," Waters added.
Low protein and fiber slow digestion and keep you full longer. Excess added sugar is linked to type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and cancer.
These foods are often deficient in key elements, such as vitamins, minerals, & fiber. Energy-boosting & maintaining foods that are high in nutrients help to keep you energized throughout the day.
Swap sugary cereals for rolled or steel-cut oats, prefer whole fruit over drinks, and look for ways to incorporate more (or at least some) veggies and nutritious plant-based protein.