There are many theories on whether you should eat breakfast or not floating around the internet, and at the end of the day you should follow an eating schedule that works best for you.
However, most science points to the fact that breakfast-eaters tend to have generally healthier eating habits overall. For instance, there are numerous studies that illustrate that breakfast is of vital importance in terms of controlling your food intake throughout the day.
In fact, there was a recent study out of the University of Missouri that found that eating a high-protein breakfast can cause women to eat less throughout the rest of the morning; many of us know that snacking can be a very hard thing to control—think about all the junk food in office vending machines. There are multiple studies that back these findings.
So, if you often skip breakfast and are struggling to maintain a balanced diet, try making a habit of eating a nutritious meal every morning.
Josh Anderson is an AFAA Certified Personal Fitness Trainer and the CEO of Always Active Athletics.