What to eat for breakfast when trying to lose weight- video recipes

Are you one of those who try several diets and hacks to lose weight?

Need ideas for a healthy breakfast?

If yes, then whatever formula you follow, just do not forget to have hearty breakfast and light dinner.

Does this advice sound familiar?

It surely will for some of you as the dietitians and nutritionists advise the same.

Now, to back the statement with stronger evidence, here we have a new study that says eating a big breakfast than a large dinner keeps the body fit and healthy as the routine may help in burning calories.

This will further prevent obesity and high blood sugar.

This study, by researchers at the University of Lubeck in Germany, was published in The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism.

The researchers found that a body processes food better in the morning.

A report by IANS states that human body releases energy when we digest food for “absorption, digestion, transport and storage of nutrients”.

This process is known as diet-induced thermogenesis (DIT).

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DIT is a measure of how well our metabolism is working, which can differ depending on mealtime.

“Our results show that a meal eaten for breakfast, regardless of the amount of calories it contains, creates twice as high diet-induced thermogenesis as the same meal consumed for dinner,” said the study corresponding author, Juliane Richter, from University of Lubeck in Germany, as per the report.

“This finding is significant for all people as it underlines the value of eating enough at breakfast,” Richter further stated, adding,

“We recommend that patients with obesity as well as healthy people eat a large breakfast rather than a large dinner to reduce body weight and prevent metabolic diseases.”

 

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