BY Nadia Stennett
It’s just one little meal, could it really be that bad?
Nod if this sounds like you.
It’s 6am and the alarm goes off, signaling the start of your working day, but you’re in dire need of one more minute’s sleep… Only now the alarm’s going again and it’s 8:30am. The kids are late for school and you’re throwing on yesterday’s crumpled shirt and vowing you’ll make time for breakfast another day.
We’re all guilty of putting our morning meals at the bottom of the priority list, typically somewhere between realizing we have a Monday morning meeting and dashing for the train.
But dietician Imogen Hooper says while the odd missed breakfast might seem innocent enough, it’s anything but. Read it all….
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