Our morning routine and breakfast has a great impact on our performance, productivity, mood and energy levels throughout the day.
Recent research by Endocrine Society has found that the people who take a big or high calorie breakfast burn twice as many calories as those who have a bigger dinner.
Researchers found that people’s metabolisms are more active after their morning meal or breakfast. Also, eating a high-calorie breakfast was linked to lower hunger pangs and sweet cravings throughout the day.
Additionally, the insulin levels of people was found to be lower after breakfast than after dinner.
It has huge implications on diabetic people as well as those who are trying to lose weight.
“Our results confirm that a large dinner has particularly negative effects on glucose tolerance, which should be considered by diabetic patients looking to avoid blood glucose peaks,” the researchers stated in the study.
“An extensive breakfast should therefore be preferred over large dinner meals to reduce the risk of metabolic diseases,” they added.
Therefore, taking a breakfast like a king and dinner like a pauper will keep you healthy and happy.