Skipping breakfast may seem a great way to win back time for work. But it might not be a great idea in the long run, especially for busy professionals who need to be highly-productive. Here’s why:
A healthy breakfast is literally food for thought. Your brain uses about 20% of the energy generated from food intake. You should be able to concentrate better at work.
A healthy breakfast is also good for your body. It helps to keep your body from dropping off into starvation mode, where you have lower energy levels and burn less calories and spiking and dipping blood sugar levels. This can increase the risk of growing obese.