If we have breakfast, we shouldn’t feel hungry until lunchtime, right?
Yet, millions of breakfast eaters feel hungry before lunch.
I remember this from the cereal repasts of my youth. My mother thought this was healthful and weight-stabilising. Dad and I had to join in the regimen of Special K with sliced banana and semi-skimmed milk. Errgh. By 10 a.m., I was hungry.
Is it any wonder that I came to share this journalist’s opinion of breakfast:
Breakfast is a nag. Breakfast saddles up against the loser wall with “flossing” and “401k” and “thank you notes.”
But I digress.
As I have now seen for myself, part of mid-morning hunger depends on what one eats in the morning.
Dr Mercola has a good page on breakfast, hunger and fat loss. Excerpts follow, emphases mine.
Why carbs increase hunger
Typically, you will find that eating a carbohydrate-rich
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