Stay slim by eating Breakfast

Published on by Weight Loss Doctor

This story is about a woman that went to a dietician. She wanted to be slim and not overweight.  
When the diet expert told her to start eating, she totally had her attention.                                             
Unfortunately, her next word was "breakfast."
Breakfast time is the only time people are not hungry, so why would I want to eat then?
Studies show that fewer Americans are eating when they wake up, and that is a mistake, says Angela Ginn, the Baltimore expert who first told our heroine to start eating something in the morning.

Ginn, a registered dietitian at the University of Maryland, says that there is scientific evidence that if you eat breakfast you are less likely to gorge later.  

Here are some of the facts that are true: "Eating breakfast may help prevent weight gain".dannon "Eating breakfast each day may be a smart strategy for maintaining weight loss".
"Skipping breakfast may lead to increased risk for obesity".

There is, however, a huge asterisk to all this. "Breakfast" does not mean eggs slathered in hollandaise sauce with bacon. Even grab-and-go items that sound kind of healthy often are not. The cranberry orange scone at Starbucks has 460 calories and 17 grams of fat. On both counts, that is really a lot.

The report advises whole-grain cereal, fat-free or low-fat milk, fruit and 100 percent fruit juices (six separate footnotes). That,  sadly, is a lot healthier than a buttery croissant (310 calories; 18 grams of fat).           
"Just grab a piece of fruit or a yogurt," Ginn says.                                         
She is peeling a banana right now -- and pretending it is a croissant.        

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