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A Dietitian explains the best time to eat breakfast so that the body gets the maximum benefit and the risk of not eating in the morning.

Breakfast must give you energy for movement, for brain activity, for drowsiness to go away. It’s not just about the shower, it’s also about breakfast. A light breakfast isn’t bad either, as long as it’s not a dense breakfast with soup, second, third course, and dessert, explained the expert.

According to the nutritionist, the key is to try to eat more or less at the same time, with a difference of a few minutes or even half an hour and on the weekend one can deviate from the rules. The most important thing is to try to comply with the daily routine on the other days of the week so that the digestive system and the nervous system adapt to this schedule.

The best time to go for breakfast is within two hours of getting up.

says Kim Larson, Seattle-based dietitian, nutritionist, and founder of Total Health

The sooner you eat breakfast after you wake up, the better it is for your metabolism.

If you hit the gym in the AM, it’s best to have a light meal like a banana or an avocado toast 20-30 minutes before workout. However, if you feel your body is able to perform better in a fasted state, you can have breakfast after the sweat sesh.

According to a research paper, the ideal time to have your breakfast is just after 7am, 7.11am to be precise.

It’s better to get stuck into your lunch sooner rather than later between 12.30pm and 1pm, with 12.38pm the best time.

And when it comes to dinner, the later you leave it the worse it can be for your diet – the optimum time for dinner is between 6 pm and 6.30 pm, 6.14 pm preferably.

In addition, he warned that lack of desire to eat in the morning may indicate an eating disorder, in these cases, the start of the day without breakfast becomes a desire to overeat in the afternoon and evening.

Missing your morning meal confuses your hunger hormones, setting you up to overeat later on in the day. A lot of people feel ravenous before bedtime just because they haven’t eaten enough earlier in the day and their body is trying to make up for it

says Larson.

About 30-40% of overweight people have an eating disorder that develops with night or evening binge eating. One of the main symptoms of this overfeeding is skipping breakfast. So if a person is overweight and doesn’t want to eat anything in the morning, they’re likely to overeat in the afternoon or evening. The only recommendation for these cases is breakfast.

The specialist concluded that if a person is not overweight and does not suffer from other eating disorders, it is acceptable to start the day without the morning meal in case such a regimen has formed due to some circumstances.

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