We know the strong connection between a bad breakfast and many health-related problems.
Our body tiene100 trillion cells which need 114 various nutrients during the day.
Yesterday's food consists of two large groups of elements:
"The first energy supplies:. Proteins, fats, carbohydrates
"The second group provides builders materials: amino acids, vitamins, minerals, microelements,
Yesterday we expend energy while we were awake, and body builders materials used to regenerate
itself. Also our body has spent a liter of water during the night through breathing, sweating and a
visit to the bathroom in the morning.
So our body rises "vacuum" in the morning, while the 100 trillion cells begs, "please give me all the
nutrients, energy and water I spent in the last 24 hours."
You may not feel hungry or thirsty in the morning, but everything is a matter of time.
In the next we will see what happens, as we are giving our body in the morning
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