Listen to Mom… she was right.  Breakfast is the most important meal of the day.  

The fact is that many of us are eating it way too fast, or skipping it entirely.
A number of studies show that people who successfully maintain a significant weight loss eat breakfast just about every day.
What you choose to eat for breakfast makes a big difference for your health. By including a fresh fruit medley and some vegetables in your omelet, you can near the minimum number of five daily fruit and vegetable servings recommended for lower cancer risk.
Many establishments are already aware of this and are putting more focus on the breakfast experience for their guests.  Take Hilton Garden Inn, for example.  Watch this short video to see how they are using this important meal time to strengthen guest loyalty and improve profitability: Watch Video 
However, in addition to what you eat, it matters how you eat it.  This is up to you, and only you.
Fast eaters miss not only the nutrition in their food, but also the leisure of taking the time to relax and improve their wellbeing.  It may take some retraining , but here are some tips to help you slow down.
Eat at a table away from the TV or computer. 
Eat in a quiet, relaxing environment, away from home.
Relax and take a deep breath before eating a meal.
Be mindful of the pace at which you eat.
Make sure you chew and swallow your food before putting the next bite in your mouth. 
Set your fork down between each bite to train yourself.
Take smaller bites. Try to count to 30 while chewing. 
Don’t think you have time for this?  You may want to make time when you consider that eating too fast is a serious issue and has detrimental consequences to your digestive system! The facts in this article may surprise you: Read More.
Eating slower is a simple, healthy habit that can be easily learned, improving health and disease prevention factors tenfold.
So let’s give breakfast the attention it deserves!
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