If you want to lose weight, you must eat breakfast; it’s almost become a truism at this point, the advice has been repeated so many times. But while previous studies suggested that breakfast leads to a lower BMI, a boost in metabolism, and less hunger throughout the day, a newer batch of research is questioning whether those studies painted an accurate picture of the connection between breakfast and weight loss.Whether you’re a die-hard breakfast eater or can’t stand forcing down anything before lunchtime, we’ve delved a little deeper into the recent scientific claims, as well as the previous studies, to find out if you should switch up your a.m. habits for the sake of weight loss.Challenging Conventional WisdomIn one of the studies, published in the August issue of the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, researchers split 283 overweight participants who were trying to lose weight into three groups. The first group received the USDA’s guidelines on the importance of eating breakfast to lose weight and was asked to eat breakfast every day. The second group was given USDA guidelines for healthy eating without the information about breakfast and was asked to skip the morning meal. A final control group was also… Read full this story
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