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High Protein Breakfast Helps With Fat Loss


Here’s a great reason to eat a high protein breakfast – you may eat fewer calories for the rest of the day and lose body fat, too.

While most people do manage to eat something in the morning, there are still about 31 million Americans – about 10% of the population – who routinely skip breakfast. Not surprisingly, the numbers are highest among teens and young adults – many of whom say they simply don’t have time to eat breakfast in the morning. But, even for those who do eat breakfast, it’s hardly protein-packed – the top three breakfast foods in America are cold cereal, toast and bananas.1

Related Article: 5 diet mistakes you need to avoid

Even though breakfast is often called “the most important meal of the day” – and a healthy habit that has been linked to a reduced risk of weight gain – much of the benefit may depend on what that meal actually consists of.

In a recent study conducted at the Universi…

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Why snacks could be the secret to seizing control of your weight!

Snacking – good or bad? Find out once and for all! A healthy snacking habit can help you manage your weight and balance your diet. (Three weeks Diet explanation)

There seems to be a big divide between those who think snacking is a good thing and those who think snacking is bad … which baffles me a little bit. I’ve always been solidly in the pro-snacking camp – for reasons I’ll get to in a minute – and I just assumed that most other people felt the same way about healthy snacking. But some of my clients seem almost offended if I suggest that they snack (“Me, snack? Never!).

For a long time, I couldn’t make sense of this, and then one day, it struck me. To some, snacking means “eating when you’re not hungry” – which, of course, is “bad”. To others, the question, “do you eat snacks?” is heard as, “do you eat snack foods?” which may explain why they get defensive – it sounds as if I’m accusing them of loading up on unhealthy snack foods like chips, cookies and candy.

So here’s …