We’re all familiar with that kind of morning. You know, the one where you wake up late, peel out the door in a hurry, and grab a muffin at the nearest coffee shop. While there’s nothing wrong with indulging in a good pastry every once in a while, making it a habit is not so great.
Done right—as in, when you make healthy choices—breakfast can actually be a key component in weight loss. According to research by The Obesity Society, people who consume more calories at breakfast and fewer calories at dinner lose more weight, reduce waist circumference, and feel fuller longer.
Excerpted from prevention.com