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It’s no secret that breakfast is one of the most important meals of the day and you should never skip it if you want to be healthier or lose a few extra pounds. Breakfast is considered the most important meal of the day because it boosts your metabolism, helps you burn calories and keeps you fuller throughout the day, making you eat less at lunch and dinner.

Recent studies have shown that breakfast can help you improve your memory and concentration, lower levels of LDL cholesterol also known as bad cholesterol, reduce the risk of diabetes, heart disease and obesity. Of course, to enjoy these benefits, it’s important to choose only healthy foods.

When you wake up, your blood sugar is low and you need to eat your breakfast to make your brain and muscles work at their best. As you already know, your body needs the energy to work properly, and food is the best source of energy.

Unfortunately, many people skip breakfast because they don’t have enough time to prepare it and that’s actually a huge mistake. However, here are some simple breakfast ideas that will help you create the healthiest meal of the day in no time. Read on to find out more info!

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