Breakfast is overrated. At least when it comes to losing weight. Eating first thing in the morning isn’t necessary nor terribly important. Routine fasting does not affect mood nor cognitive performance, nor does it affect athletic performance so long as food intake, sleep, and training load are maintained.
In fact, a form of skipping breakfast called intermittent fasting, when combined with a proper diet, has shown to improve cholesterol and blood glucose levels and reduce diabetes risk. It may also prevent certain chronic diseases.
We are taking applications for our January class at Minimum Viable Fitness. If you are interested in getting healthier in the New Year but don’t have a lot of time we might be the program for you.