Why is breakfast so important?

Metabolism. If you skip meals, your body becomes good at 'holding' and protecting calories. It doesnt know when the next meal will be. Eating small meals all day keeps metabolism running smoothly.
Metabolism . To break the fasting state from overnight. The longer you wait before eating your first meal, the more of a starved state you have and the first food your body sees it will try to store as fat...
To give you energy. After a nights sleep, when you have not eated for 8 hours or more, your body is in "power saver" mode. Eating will help you wake up and have more energy.

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Why is eating breakfast so important if I have diabetes?

Balance. Your body needs a constant balanced source of calories, especially after fasting all night, to achieve a healthy balance of blood sugars and other nutrients. Read more...