It is not uncommon for people to skip breakfast each the morning because of busy schedules, a lack of time or simply because of preference.
More research is emerging which suggests that breakfast is not as important of a meal as it has been made out to be.
Speaking to Gugs Mhlungu on #NightTalk, Mayuri Bhawan, dietician at Nutritional Solutions, says that individuals should simply eat well when they are hungry.
Listen to the conversation below:
It would be helpful to say that no meal should be categorised as more important than the other, as daily food intake should be considered as a whole— Mayuri Bhawan, dietician at Nutritional Solutions
You really should start with a high fibre meal to kickstart your day, where you provide your body with essential nutrients it needs— Mayuri Bhawan, dietician at Nutritional Solutions