According to Dr. Rohini Patil, MBBS & Nutritionist an ideal breakfast consists of a combination of food groups, including whole grains (such as oats or whole-grain bread), a source of protein (like eggs, yogurt, or nuts), and fruits or vegetables. This combination provides a broad spectrum of nutrients, sustains your energy throughout the morning, and keeps you feeling full.
Intermittent Fasting is a dietary rhythm that alternates between fasting and eating phases. While it may seem counterintuitive, it often involves skipping breakfast, known as “fasting until lunch.”
However, the benefits of intermittent fasting are intriguing:
Weight Management: Intermittent fasting can promote weight loss and fat reduction by limiting the number of hours in which you consume calories.
Blood Sugar Control: It can help regulate blood sugar levels and improve insulin sensitivity, reducing the risk of type 2 diabetes.
Cellular Repair: During fasting periods, your body may initiate processes that repair and rejuvenate cells, promoting overall health and longevity.
Mental Clarity: Some individuals report improved mental clarity and focus during fasting periods, leading to enhanced productivity.