Breakfast IS the most important meal of the day…

Many people who struggle with weight problems or muscle building problems leave out the most important meal of the day, breakfast. A recent study analyzed the breakfasts of 19,000 people, ages 12 and older, finding that high-fiber, low-fat breakfasts may promote healthy weight control more than the "refined" breakfasts most people are eating. The No. 1 reason people say they skimp on breakfast is time, prompting the average Joe to grab-and-go. Still, according to the American Dietetic Association, "breakfast doesn't have to be fancy or traditional to meet nutritional needs" — and you can get started on simple, easy and healthful breakfasts.
A classic excuse for skipping breakfast is often about dieting. People feel that by ignoring the first meal of the day, they are reducing their caloric intake and promoting weight loss. A vicious cycle is started to eat a larger meal toward the end of the day and actually not be hungry for breakfast the next morning. Our body loves to be fueled often to perform well.
People who claim they are cutting calories by skipping breakfast, also are the very same people who are found snacking later in the day and fighting the low energy battle in the late afternoon and evening. Breakfast was designed to jack up your body for the rest of the day by boosting your energy, keeping your eating patterns even and stimulating your body's metabolism. No wonder those who skip breakfast are constantly in the "focus on weight loss" mode.
Getting up a little earlier to make sure you fuel your body will help you throughout the day with hunger, nutrition, focus and even losing body fat. Try to concentrate on eating a good balance of complex carbohydrates and proteins. Complex Carbohydrates will help you get a great jump start to your day and will fuel you until your next meal. Protein will help your muscles get a jump start to the day as it is required for any kind of muscle building.
If you don't eat breakfast, do yourself a favor and take the challenge. For 2 weeks, get up an hour earlier and eat a nutritious breakfast packed with Complex Carbohydrates and Proteins and see if you feel better throughout your days and perhaps even find yourself dropping some pounds very quickly.
Recommended Breakfast Shake on the Go!
2 Scoops Chocolate Whey Protein
1/2-3/4 Cup Whole Oats
1 Table Spoon Peanut Butter
12 ounces Skim Milk