I have always believed the adage that “breakfast sets you up for the rest of the day”. I can never resist the “full English”, finished off with toast and Frank Cooper’s original marmalade – thick cut! (See my earlier blogs on this subject by clicking on “Breakfast” in the TAG CLOUD”).
Of course it is only an occasional treat, usually when on holiday or staying in a hotel on business. The rest of the time, breakfast is Muesli and Yoghurt or 2 minute porridge oats. Still, either way you are off to a good start.
- Breakfast like a King;
- Lunch like a Prince;
- Dine like a Pauper
Well now some myth busting, party poopping, thin-as-a-rake researchers at the University of Bath, have suggested that those who don’t eat breakfast, consume less calories over the whole day. They say that eating breakfast has little impact on snacking or portion sizes later in the day.
This is not what I want to hear. I would be grumpy all day without at least some breakfast. I think rather than busting myths and spreading misery, they would be better off spreading: