Don’t Skip Breakfast: Golden Rule #4 from How to Be Schoolgirl Skinny®

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Continuing with our series which focuses on my upcoming book How to Be Schoolgirl Skinny®: Eat Your Cake and Have Your Figure Too!, which will be available on on September 21st for the special price of $7.25 (50% savings). When you purchase this book on the launch day, you will be eligible to receive the companion workbook How to Be Schoolgirl Skinny®:Eat Your Cake and Have Your Figure Too!  5 Week Challenge Workbook as a FREE eBook. Additionally, a portion of the proceeds from sales on September 21st will be donated to the National Childhood Obesity Foundation in honor of Childhood Obesity Awareness Month.

This week I have a special treat for you. I’m sharing one of the 16 Golden Rules of Weight Lose Management that you will read in the How to Be Schoolgirl Skinny: Eat Your Cake and Have Your Figure Too! book. Once I learned and began applying this rule, I was able to jump start my metabolism each morning in a healthy way a begin losing the weight that I desired. I hope that you enjoy this tip and other weight loss ideas in my book that you can purchase for a one-time special price this Saturday only.

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Golden Rule # 4: Don’t skip breakfast.

I know you have heard it before, but breakfast is the most important meal of the day. You start your metabolism the moment that you eat something; therefore, you should eat breakfast within 30 minutes of getting up in the morning. The longer you go without eating, the longer it takes for your metabolism to kick in.

Most people think that by skipping meals they are actually skipping calories, but when you skip meals, especially breakfast, your body goes into starvation mode and begins to hold and reserve fat in your body. That is why it becomes difficult for those who skip meals to lose weight.

If you are not used to eating breakfast, try a protein smoothie that you can make at home with frozen mixed berries that are low in calories and high in fiber. You can include a leafy green such as kale, which is an anti-inflammatory, a great source of omega-3 fatty acids and supports the metabolism to promote weight loss. Then add a splash of V-8 VFusion Light and your choice of protein mix, and blend it together. Protein at every meal is important—read Golden Rule #14 to learn why.

Another great option for you non-breakfast eaters could be a breakfast biscuit such as BelVita and juice or coffee. I started eating BelVita breakfast biscuits over a year ago because they are whole grain, low in sugar, delicious and individually packaged so you can take them on the go. BelVita breakfast biscuits are available in five different assortments: golden oat, apple cinnamon, chocolate, blueberry and cinnamon brown sugar. You also may want to consider grabbing some nuts,such as almonds, pistachios or walnuts, to eat with your BelVita breakfast biscuits. Nuts are also a great source of protein.


 Eat Healthy!


Published by AskDrCris

Hi, I'm Dr. Crystal Green Brown, Ph.D. (aka Dr. Cris). I'm the owner of Ask Dr. Cris, the Spiritual Life Coach & Speaker LLC, which is a full-service Career, Education, Health, Wellness & Nutrition Consulting firm that assists businesses, educational institutions, organizations, individual clients, and students who are in need of transitioning your career, identifying your purpose in life or desiring to live a healthier more spiritual-enriched life. Through my website, you can learn more about my #1 best selling book Visual Prayer: How to Create a Spiritual Vision Board or my other popular dietary book How to be Schoolgirl Skinny. You can also SHOP AskDrCris for other books and spiritual gifts. Through my AskDrCris Blog, you will receive weekly updates on career tips, learn details on manifesting your vision through the spiritual vision board process, in addition to education, health, wellness, and nutrition tips. My intention is to provide spiritual guidance and suggestions that will guide followers with insight on living and maintaining a more prosperous, healthy, and blessed life.

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