Whole foods kitchen

Errey, Sally
January 2005
Alive: Canada's Natural Health & Wellness Magazine;Jan2005, Issue 267, p98
The article focuses on a healthy breakfast and gives some suggestions regarding that. A good breakfast can aid weight loss. Alter all, breakfast is a major opportunity to eat well. Essential nutrients, such as complex carbohydrates, protein, fibre and vitamins and minerals can boost energy throughout the day. Breakfast reduces hunger, results in fewer cravings and consequently, leads to reduced consumption of sugary and fatty snacks later on in the day. Some people skip breakfast to avoid calories but evidence shows they miss out on important fibre intake.


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