Breakfast: The Critical Start to a Good Day

According to the Huffington Post (source), a 2011 survey found that over 31 million Americans skip breakfast. The reasons vary from not enough time to no appetite. But, if you want to get the most from your workouts and nutrition, you MUST eat your breakfast.

Why? You break the fast (aka not eating) from when you slept. Once you get food into your body, you rev up your system, and all engines fire up. Essentially, you push yourself from starvation into growth. If you want to see progress from your workouts, then you must have breakfast. However, small or large, your morning meal dictates how soon you accomplish your goals (or if you even achieve your goals).
I talk about this principle a bit more in depth and give you a lot more pointers and suggestions. Have a look at my first book The 3 Keys to Greater Health & Happiness for more details. Find out what separates the most successful people from the less fortunate people.

What Kind of Breakfast is Right?

Do you want better results? Do you need to break through some barriers and conquer any plateau? Then, grab a copy of The 3 Keys to Greater Health & Happiness by CLICKING HERE and ordering your copy today.

Till later,

 -Dale L. Roberts, One Jacked Monkey, LLC

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