You may experience increased hunger and cravings.
Because skipping breakfast causes blood sugar levels to decrease, hormones that tell the body to seek out food are released, which frequently results in cravings for sweet or high-calorie items.
Your energy levels may suffer.
Your metabolism requires fuel to start the day. Skipping breakfast deprives your body of energy, making you fatigued. A Feb. 2010 American Journal of Clinical Nutrition study indicated that skipping breakfast reduces daily energy expenditure and physical activity.
You may struggle to concentrate.
Skipping breakfast can also impair cognition, making concentration harder. Skipping breakfast decreases cognitive performance and work efficiency, according to BMC studies. Thus, breakfast is the most important meal of the day for nutrition and job or school performance.
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You could experience digestive issues.
You miss out on the fiber and nutrients that maintain your digestive system in good shape when you skip breakfast.The synthesis of digestive enzymes, which aid in the breakdown of food and enhance digestion, can be stimulated by eating breakfast.