Regular breakfast is important to provide energy for the body so that it is not sleepy during activities.
But sometimes the busyness at the beginning of the week makes breakfast patterns messy.
It’s okay to be a little late, but it’s best not to eat breakfast too late or near lunchtime.
According to experts, it can mess up the circadian rhythm.
“The circadian clock not only regulates the circadian changes of glucose metabolism, but also regulates body weight, blood pressure, and atherosclerosis (fat accumulation),” said a metabolic expert from Tel Aviv University in Israel, Daniela Jakubowicz, quoted from Hindustantimes.
Studies say breakfast time is related to the body’s metabolic system.
Participants who missed breakfast experienced spikes in blood sugar and poor insulin response.
Even though they consume fewer calories, they experience higher weight gain.