The Importance Of Breakfast

Break-Fast means to break the fast from sleep. Sounds like a very important meal! 

Let’s briefly explain first how breakfast is wrongly applied, then second how to properly balance a healthy meal for breakfast that boosts energy levels and satisfies hunger..

How NOT To Eat Breakfast


Ever start your day with a coffee and muffin? 

A simple carbohydrate based breakfast like this will cause an immediate increase of your blood sugar, and the excess of sugar your body doesn’t use for energy it stores as FAT. 

This results in a decreased level of blood sugar and a hunger for more simple carbohydrates and this cycle repeats itself every 2-3 hours throughout your day.

Maybe you’ve skipped breakfast?

Skipping breakfast is going to result in very similar circumstances; blood sugar levels drop below the normal level and you experience cravings for food and a drop in energy. 

You then are tempted to eat simple carbs to achieve quick energy and the same process results; excess sugar is then stored as fat, repeated every 2-3 hours throughout the day.

So what’s the solution?

How to Eat Breakfast CorrectlyIMG_5636.JPG


A protein based breakfast such as a Formula 1 Healthy Meal, supplies your body with all 114 vital nutrients and energy while keeping your blood sugar level stable. It will help avoid dependence on sugar-laden carbs during the day. 

In this way, appetite stays under control, cravings for simple carbs (snacks, chocolate, soft drinks etc.) diminish and the body uses some of its own stored fats to gain more energy.

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and is essential to daily energy and vitality.

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