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Light is breakfast?
That that breakfast is the most important meal of your day is absolutely true. It comes from nearly 80 percent of the energy you expend during the day, so it must include a variety of foods rich in carbohydrates and vitamins. A latte is not enough.
Try combining your coffee cup plain yogurt with fresh fruit, a couple of slices of bread for fiber and if you want to kill something sweet, try a low calorie jelly and a packet of sugar substitute on a bed skim butter light.
Noon comes and you start to hear how your stomach asks for food. If your breakfast was substantial worry of not overdo the lunch hour, plus you can better control your appetite, enjoy this break in your day to enjoy a healthy snack.
The dietitian Gloria Cecilia Rodriguez Solano, a member of the Colombian Diabetological Federation says it is important to eat six times a day to keep body glucose under control and avoid hunger pangs, and accelerate metabolism and burn fat while eat.
They also advise that you take for lunch soup or cream of any vegetable to feel full. About drinks, suggests taking plain water, mineral or some low calorie flavoring.