Because it is exactly what it says it is. A break from a fast. While you were asleep and not eating (fasting) your body produces an enzyme that slows your metabolism. By eating your body knows not to make that enzyme thus bringing your body up to speed.
I think it's because you lose energy and burn off calories with sleeping(Don't question it, if you can burn off calories by just sitting you can burn off calories by just sleeping) It also strengthens your metabolism:)
because you've been asleep and havent been doing much activity and havent eatiin in about 12 hours.. your gonna be busy all day and might not be able to have lunch or dinner or snacks so you have a good breakfet and it get your body and mind going for the day!
Think of breakfast as "break" and "fast". When eating breakfast your breaking a fast. Typically an eight hour fast. Also depending on your goal you can design your breakfast to help you reach that goal. Most people who are professional athletes will eat every two hours to keep their metabolism's going throughout the day to gain the least amount of body fat.
Totally agree with most of the answers here. Breakfast is important to help a person throughout the day, gives energy, and helps with your health. Students, teachers, and children should have breakfast to give them energy to help each other.
yeah all the above. Most people eat a small meal at breakfast, a bigger one at lunch, (if at all) and the biggest one at dinner. Since food gives you calories to be active you should eat the biggest meal at breakfast, and the smallest at dinner.
For many people, eating breakfast may is an important part of a weight.Breakfast literally means breaking your overnight fast.Starting your day with a good breakfast is one of the best health decisions you can make.
Because you haven't eaten anything all night. If you don't eat anything in the morning, your body is running on empty. ANALOGY TIME!!! ok so there's 2 planes: 1 has no fuel in it at all. the other one has a full tank of gas (or whatever airplanes run on). Which airplane do u take?