Thirdly, eating breakfast instead of skipping it, and fourthly, making breakfast or lunch the largest meal of the day.People who made breakfast the largest meal saw a more significant decrease in their BMI than those who made lunch their most calorific meal.
In her previous research, people eating a big breakfast were found to have significantly lower levels of a hunger-regulating hormone than their counterparts in a ‘big dinner’ group.
She said: 'Cooked in olive oil, my breakfast is rich in protein, fibre, complex carbohydrates with some healthy fats.
It always keeps me full and satisfied until lunchtime.' For nutritionist Lily Soutter, her go-to breakfast is a balance of protein, carbohydrates, healthy fats and fibre, as well as spices – all of which are in her strawberry and chia seed smoothie.'They take five minutes to whiz up, and are easy to transport if in a rush,' she explains.
She said: 'You can make it the night before, in two minutes flat.
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