|Originally posted by Ian |
so i'm thinking, and yeah that's an issue Just really about how much more important breakfast was made to be in canada than over here and how I've consciously set out to get a better variety of food during it since I got back. Out there we'd be served fruit, muffins, cereal, toast, cooked things like eggs & peameal etc and they'd expect you to eat most of those things as just one long breakfast. Here it's more like you have cereal & a cup of tea & that's it. I noted how much better I feel when I'd had a substantial breakfast, how I lacked mega-hunger before lunch etc. I guess we can learn things from you hosers eh
They have done much reasearch on the way meals should be, They find that the largest meal of the day should be breakfast. Reason being, is that your first meal sets your energy level for the whole day, kickstarts your metabolism, and gives your body the much needed nutrients it spent while sleeping. So have a large breakfast, a mid size lunch, and a small dinner, and you will notice a HUGE change in your energy level.
|Originally posted by Fledz |
Ha I picked up on that too!
It appears we are the only ones.