Frankly, I’m not sure. I’m not a nutritionist.
In the twentieth century we were told that breakfast was the most important meal of the day. In the twenty-first century we’re being told that skipping breakfast, or intermittent fasting, is better for your long-term health. Perhaps we’re making progress, or perhaps the pendulum is just swinging. Time will tell.
That said, I think these are all good ideas, regardless of your position on breakfast:
- Eat when you’re hungry. Stop before you’re full.
- Avoid sugar.
- Cultivate relationships. They’re way more important to your long-term health than nutrition.