I love breakfast. It is my favorite meal of the day. That is why I often order breakfast food at all times in the day. Except for when it is supposed to be eaten: morning.
I have always tend to not eat until lunchtime. Between the morning bustle to get ready for work and the ensuing commute, eating is usually the default sacrifice. However, I have now learned that when you eat is equally important as how much you eat. There is still much debate as to what you eat and how that affects our body and mind, so we’ll let the sciences duke that one out. On the other hand, there is much agreement on how much (moderation) and when (routine is key and of course, timing is everything).
Old habits die hard, so it has been difficult for me trying to eat early in the day. But it has been invaluable in my training. As long as I continue to train, I will stick with eating breakfast at it’s conventional time. They say it takes twenty-one days to form a new habit. I am seven days in.