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I have done this before. Not healthy. :-/

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Uhh...maybe the worst suggestion yet?



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i think listening to your body is the best thing some do great skipping breakfast some don't we are all different so what works for one may hinder another

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Never!!!!

One day, one meal, one workout at a time.....


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All the advice is to eat breakfast; most research shows that skipping breakfast leads you eat more later on. If you really aren't hungry when you get up, have something an hour or so later. Start with something small, like fruit and a piece of cheese or a yogurt.
Personally I'm not a fan of any "diet." Diets don't work. Changing your eating and exercise as a new way of living does work.



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I don't think you should be skipping breakfast or any meal for that matter. Specially a diet telling you to skip a meal. I use to not eat breakfast but now I eat cereal and toast every morning



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Adding to the breakfast debate, I read this on CNN about a recent breakfast study you might find interesting.

thechart.blogs.cnn.com/2014/06/04/eating-b
reakfast-may-not-matter-for-weight-loss/


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Not a good idea, breakfast is the most important meal of the day..



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First of all, your metabolism wouldn't slow down enough to offset skipping a whole meal, so if you followed it, you would lose weight. So would starvation.

That being said, 70 % of America is overweight from overeating. If you can't control your appetite eating 3 meals a day, why would it be any different eating 2. Secondly, half of America seems to already be skipping breakfast, in a rush to get to school/work. They tend to consume those calories during the meals they do eat.

If you are hungry eating 3-4 meals a day, and overeating, doing 2 meals a day in an 8 hour period won't make much difference. You will either eat larger meals at those 2 sittings, or be low on calories, and eventually cave in, and overeat because you are hungry.

I just doubt that people who are skipping breakfast end up saving ONE calorie in the long run. that doesn't even take into account the possibility that you exercise suffers, and you burn less calories.

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Obviously a lot of controversy out there... but I have much better "luck" with weight loss and ability to stay within calorie range if I do not eat until about noon.

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ABSOLUTELY "NOT"!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



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In my case, eating breakfast has never been helpful. It doesn't make me any less hungry later in the day. If I'm hungry in the morning, I just eat my lunch early, and that doesn't happen often.

However, I'm going to say "do as I say, not as I do." I think most people do benefit from breakfast. I don't buy the "you have to eat to start your metabolism" thing, but I do believe that if you're hungrier, your BODY is slower and less active and your mood is affected. If you're grumpy and slow, you're not jumping around doing stuff and burning calories.

But you also need to be careful about *what* you eat. One of the reasons I'm wary of breakfast is that in my family and culture, breakfast was usually more like dessert. It was high in fat, especially saturated fat, and in white flour, and often in sugar. I have no idea how Americans developed the idea that donuts and Froot Loops were appropriate first thing in the morning. As I said earlier, when I do eat in the morning, it's an advance on lunch.

So, what if you think of breakfast as an opportunity to get a head start on eating whatever is most often missing from your day's menu? Most likely, that's vegetables. Instead of raisin bran or a bagel, how about a cup of vegetable-based soup, or a super-quick stir fry, or raw veggies with hummus? That way you're not adding very many calories to your day, and they're serving a nutritional purpose, rather than just being something you eat because everybody tells you that you should eat something.



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I just read your SparkPage:

"I have lost weight so many times and always gain it back and gain even more weight!!
I need to learn to not be hungry all the time. I also need to learn to not emotionally eat."

Have you thought about asking your Dr for a referral to a Therapist who can help you deal with the issues which inhibit your ability to not only lose the weight, but to keep it off?

I ask this because you have tried so many times, but haven't found the key!

As far as staving off hunger, try increasing fruits/veges and lean protein. Avoid white carbs where possible and replace them with wholegrain variants. For a snack try a hard-boiled egg, or nibble on a few nuts, or firm banana with peanut butter.

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Years ago I never used to eat breakfast. In fact, I often never used to eat anything until lunch time. My meals were mostly very healthy, and mostly normal, healthy calories. Only problem - I started to put on weight. It was slow, but over the years it amounted to a lot of weight.

Perhaps, given that you are overweight, AND don't eat breakfasts much, it might be worth considering if this has been part of your problem. It wouldn't hurt to gradually build your breakfasts up so that they are healthy and balanced, and still keep a good check on your other meals, to see if this makes a difference. Trying for one or two weeks isn't enough to tell, either!

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I normally just grab a banana.. lately I've been trying to force myself to make a meal replacement green smoothie instead. It's around 350 calories, vs the typical 100 a banana carries.
I agree with the poster who said it's like training your body...I never ate breakfast until I did, know what I mean?

In my opinion, it's not a make or break kind of thing.

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I think it's a bad idea, for all the reasons you identified.

Here's a link to an article right here on SparkPeople.com that pretty much tells the whole story.

http://www.sparkpeople.com/resource/nutrition_articles.asp?id=827

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"Skipping breakfast" is how I *used* to eat. I used to try and 'save' the calories so I could eat lots for dinner and snacks-after-dinner/dessert.

It didn't work very well for me. It would leave me over-hungry, at times absolutely ravenous, by the time the food came around I would dive in and eat twice what I needed just to try and tame the hunger beast I had created.

I am glad I got in the habit of eating breakfast, even though it seemed so counterintuitive at first. I was sure that all a bigger-breakfast would do, would be add yet more calories to my day. But in fact, eating breakfast, for me, DID lead to me eating less in the evenings and helped me eat LESS calories overall each day.

Now one of the toughest hurdles for me was getting over the stereotypical "Breakfast" foods.... I don't really care for "traditional breakfast foods" like cold cereal, oatmeal, toast... why waste calories on that stuff? I'd rather save it up for chinese food later! Then came the aha moment - I could eat the chinese food for breakfast........ and now I do sometimes. I make a sort of version of egg fu yung for breakfast (lots of sauteed veg, seasoned with soy and sesame, mixed with scrambled egg) and it's soooo goood. I eat a savory breakfast quite often now, and I ENJOY and LOOK FORWARD to eating breakfast now, in a way i never did when the menu was "cheerios."

I do not always eat breakfast immediately in the morning... quite often i pack it to take and eat on coffee break. But I don't try to skip it.

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For me, it is not a good idea! Doesn't help with the weight loss and makes me develop a headache!


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for me skipping breakfast was step one is completely messing up my hunger cues. once i got used to not having breakfast, i ended up just not breaking my fast til later and later. which in turn led to me ignoring my faint and easy hunger cues and working up to the point where the only hunger cues i could recognize were faintness, dizziness and shaking. for what it's worth it took me about a decade to get to that point.
then i started to make myself eat breakfast. i wasn't hungry for it then and i'm generally not hungry for it now. but i can now recognize hunger cues that aren't me shaking. eating breakfast in the morning, for me, calibrates my body for the rest of the day. if i don't make myself have it, then i start to miss all the more subtle hunger cues.

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"I think that the individual needs to decide if it works best for them."

This, 100%.

Every body is different, and everybody needs to find their own unique mix. Some people need more carbs, some people thrive on few carbs. Some people need high protein, others do not feel just right eating like that. Some people need to carb load at night or it impacts sleep (carbs increase serotonin), others do best if they consume their carbs in the morning. And...some people absolutely require a morning meal, others feel better if they go light early in the day and consume most of their calories later.

What works for me won't work for the next. What works for anyone here giving an opinion might not work for you. Try it out if you really feel like it's right for you and keep notes of how you feel throughout the day. If you give it a shot and find it makes you feel weak in the morning, it might not be for you. If you try it out and find it's the perfect balance for your day...own it and enjoy!

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There are a lot of interesting articles available about intermittent fasting. I am considering it myself to lean out a little bit more. And will probably start tomorrow!! But, I think that if a person has a lot of weight to lose or has not reached their initial goals, it is purely calories in, calories out. I think that the individual needs to decide if it works best for them.



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Not eating breakfast is crazy...not only are you going to get hungry and eat more later you are not activating your metabolism in the morning when it is at its highest. The word BREAKfast is actually meaning to break your fast. Fast of the night before, that is why you must eat breakfast in the morning even if not a big breakfast.



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Ok. Let me make it easy for you. Your body is a fat burning machine. Yes FAT burning, not carb burning. Most adults wake up and have a cup of coffee in the morning to start their day, or they go workout to wake themselves up. Well its the same with breakfast. To wake your internal organs up WHICH IS HIGHLY IMPORTANT TO LOSE WEIGHT, you must eat breakfast everyday! IF YOU DO NOT WAKE YOUR METABOLISM UP, THEN THE STORED FAT IN YOUR BODY WILL NOT RELEASE AS EASILY AS IF YOU DO EAT BREAKFAST. Take it like this, breakfast is the electricity for your metabolism. If there is no electricity, then the light will not turn on(your metabolism) #enoughsaid

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Don't believe it. I used to skip breakfast daily... and never lost a pound. Now, I ALWAYS eat something and I've lost 29 pounds in 72 days.

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www.forbes.com/sites/alicegwalton/2013/07/
23/why-is-skipping-breakfast-so-bad-fo
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I think it's interesting to consider more than if skipping breakfast helps or hinders weight loss.

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Please see #'s 9 and 10

http://www.eatfitmagazine.com/metabolism-myths-busted/

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My breakfast is usually under 300 calories. It's not a lot so I don't consider skipping. I find i am more focused if I eat. i also enjoy waking up, getting ready for work and then eating breakfast on the patio and relaxing for 10 minutes.

I also don't like having a bigger heavier meal at night. I spread my calories over the course of a day. I have fewer highs and lows.

I've noticed my kids can skip breakfast, but they are moodier later in the day so I just have them have a little something within an hour of waking up.

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Bad idea. Your metabolism will slow down because your body will be expecting food that never comes and keep ahold of what you have. Believe me, I have tried it and it does NOT work!

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The reason people are not hungry in the morning is because you have not trained your body. Eating is like working out or learning a new sport. The only way your body gets used to it is my doing it over and over the same way with no change. I am not on a 5 meal plan either. I said that is the best suggestion. But I used to weight 180 and I lost 20 by doing nothing but cutting out fried food and eating breakfast. You have naturally skinny, and you have people who are skinny bc they work hard at it. If you want the best weight loss outcome conditioning your body to eat at certain times is the best way to do it. So if you decide to eat breakfast one day then skip it the next, you are confusing your body and it will never become accustomed to the meal plan a person may be on. In the long run it will confuse your body and your fat burning body will begin to store fat because it does not know when it will receive its next meal.

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I think that if you are hungry, you should eat. I do skip breakfast a lot of times because I am just not hungry when I wake up in the morning, and I'm not going to eat just becuase of some preconceived notion that we all need to eat 3 meals a day plus 2 snacks. I eat 3 times a day on average and have seen no ill effects from that. If I'm hungry I eat, if I'm not, then I don't.

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Skipping breakfast is not a good idea. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. You want to eat protein and carbs; most of your carbs for the day. When you eat breakfast, it starts your metabolism up to start burning your food throughout the day. If you do skip breakfast your metabolism over the days will start to slow down and begin to store fat instead of lose it. What you should do is make breakfast your biggest meal of the day which will keep you from eating more throughout the day and give you more energy. This is why you want to eat most of your carbs in the morning. Most people believe you should eat carbs at night, but this is actually a false statement. If you eat more carbs at night, your body will store the energy from the carbs and they will do nothing but preserve them. You want to eat a big meal in the morning, small snack, medium sized lunch, another small snack, and a dinner with protein and veggies only. This order will keep your metabolism burning fat and the protein with each meal will provide the fat you need to allow your body to release the stored up fat. Hope this helps you out. :)

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The only way you will know if this will work for you is to give it a try. I did this for a couple of months, eating only between around noon and 7 p.m. I wasn't hungry, didn't feel deprived, and did lose some weight so no issues with metabolism, but I work out first thing in the morning and I noticed my energy level wasn't as good as it is when I do eat breakfast, so I am back to eating breakfast before working out.

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There has been some healthy debate about this on SP. For some, skipping breakfast is normal; they just aren't hungry until later in the day, and their metabolism doesn't seem to suffer at all from this.

But for sure I would be in trouble. I have type 2 diabetes and tend to do best when I space out my meals carefully. I need to eat within an hour of getting up. My blood sugar is usually borderline low in the morning (3.9 to 4.3), and I need something before things go bad. Also, I just love breakfast!

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I never used to be a breakfast person. I love breakfast food but was never much of a morning person or morning eater. Now I can't live without it! There are a number of reasons why breakfast is considered the most important meal of the day - when in doubt - turn to SP - http://www.sparkpeople.com/resource/nutrition_articles.asp?id=273

Not to mention, if you start getting the right amount of sleep, getting in early morning workouts, and getting your energy up - the morning is a great time to start your healthy habits all day! AND for me, I plan my breakfast and lunch at the same time. So that means I can see how much fat, calories, protein etc I'm spanning over two meals at the same time. I also see how many fruits and veggies I'm incorporating in to my overall day and add where necessary. www.sparkpeople.com/resource/nutrition_art
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I think it's good to eat when your hungry, real whole natural foods, and stop when you're full.

If you're hungry skipping meals will make you want to eat more at the next one.

If you're not hungry then it's fine not to eat.



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I read a little into the 8 hour diet. Basically you don't eat breakfast and you just have lunch and dinner. It makes sense as long as you don't binge during lunch and dinner. But what about the sayings that your metabolism goes down if you skip meals? I want to try this but I don't want my metabolism to slow down. I really don't like eating breakfast anyway. What are your thoughts?



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