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1. Disadvntages

1.1. This affects their performance throughout the day, for example, energy levels and concentration

1.2. According to the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, “It’s estimated that 12 to 34 percent of children and adolescents regularly miss the morning meal.”

1.3. However, many of them do not eat breakfasts of high proteins and low fat, but rather foods with high carbs, such as waffles, pancakes, or cereal.

2. Advantages

2.1. Sophomore Lexie Hamdun said, “Yes, I do think it is important to eat a healthy breakfast because your brain and body need energy to prepare you for the day ahead.

2.2. If you don’t bother with breakfast, though, the prolonged fasting might lead to a bigger than normal boost in hunger hormones, such as ghrelin, encouraging you to overeat at your next meal and leading to spikes and dips in glucose.”

2.3. During adolescent years when children are developing, kids that eat breakfast tend to be healthier, fitter, and happier -according to Eat Healthy Magazine.

2.4. Studies show that eating a breakfast that includes a good source of protein will actually help you eat fewer calories throughout the day, which helps in maintaining a healthy weight. -According to Debbie Kurzrock,

3. Weight Control

3.1. Advantages

3.2. Eating breakfast every day tends to reduce your overall hunger, prevent overeating and reduce the risk of obesity. People who eat breakfast are more likely to make healthy nutritional choices throughout the day and reach for smart snacks and meals rather than quick fixes that provide little more than empty calories.

4. Energy and Focus

4.1. Advantages

4.2. Your blood sugar levels drop when you sleep, but eating breakfast shortly after you wake up keeps them on track to be level all day.

4.3. Disadvantages

4.4. When you skip breakfast and your blood sugar levels stay low, you may feel irritable, experience trouble concentrating and become prone to dizziness, fainting or even hypoglycemia.

5. Nutrition

5.1. Advantages

5.2. To get the vitamins, minerals and nutrients your body needs, Choose a combination of healthy fat, lean protein and high-fiber carbohydrates. Examples include whole-wheat toast with peanut butter, low-sugar granola with fresh berries and nonfat yogurt or brown rice porridge with skim milk and a banana.

5.3. Disadvantages

5.4. The foods you choose to eat at breakfast can be either a positive or a negative. Unfortunately, a number of popular breakfast options such as Belgian waffles, doughnuts and sausage links are packed with calories, fat and cholesterol.

6. Time and Investment

6.1. Advantages

6.2. To combat the challenge, try a grab-and-go breakfast such as a protein bar or do prep for your morning meal the night before.

6.3. Disadvantages

6.4. One of the primary disadvantages to eating breakfast is that it takes time to prepare. Even if you only plan to down a quick meal like a smoothie, you need to wake up a few minutes early to make it and clean up.