How Does Breakfast Influence Your Metabolism? When you break up the word breakfast itself into break and fast, the correct answer is much more clear. That you are breaking the fast you had been on throughout sleep (if you aren’t one of those munchers who get up during the night to eat something). When you’re getting up, your metabolism has already dealt with all of the food you had in your system when you went to bed. Because there isn’t much work to do at the moment, it is sort of napping itself and not really working much at all beyond the bare minimums it has to do to keep the body going. Unless you provide a reason to wake up, it will keep pretty much at its “vegetative” rate. Which is where breakfast enters the picture. When you eat, all of a sudden you’re flooding your digestive system with food and your metabolism leaps into action at a high rate in the endless mission for the process the incoming food. What does a good breakfast look like? A nutritious initial meal
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