If you're not hungry when you wake up, eating immediately may contribute to weight gain. Listen to your body.
No news flash, but a warning: "A high-fat, high-sodium breakfast will leave you bloated and lethargic all day,"
"Morning fibre makes you gassy," says DeFazio. "Fiber is good, but don't overdo it. Large amounts might cause bloating and gas by midmorning.
Lisa Hayim, RD, founder of The Well Necessities, warns, "This seemingly harmless dish is usually filled with added sugar."
Maybe your New Year's resolution was to stay updated. Still no need to watch TV while eating. Being focused on the TV takes away the mindfulness of eating .
"Most people know a carb-loaded bagel with cream cheese has more than 500 calories. Even eating oatmeal or fruit backfires "
Sticking your hand in a cereal box is a no-no, whether you're watching the Today Show or too busy for dishes. "Portion control is non-existent when you do this,"
Consider yourself virtuous? Beware. Fruit is nutritious and rich in antioxidants, but without protein, you'll be hungry an hour or two later, say The Nutrition Twins.
Avoid low-fat breakfasts in general, not just yoghurt. "Our brains are mainly fat, but dieters remove fat to reduce calories.
Smoothie bowl toppings are easy to overdo "Meal Makeover Moms' Liz Weiss warns. Keep quantities to one cup and be aware of toppings.
While yoghurt is a good source of protein, calcium, and probiotics, flavoured yoghurt's high sugar content negates those benefits.
You can drink a litre of apple juice but only three apples at once. "While we all need to consume more fruits and veggies, fruit juice lacks the fibre that goes with fruit,"