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Tradition English breakfast
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is English breakfast  healthy?
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(01-29-2020, 10:19 AM)Plato Wrote: is English breakfast  healthy?

It depends. Are you morbidly obese ? Do you have high triglycerides, low hdl high ldl ? Do you exercise? What about cardio? What about the climate you live in?


As you probably have guessed by now, you cant have a firm yes or no answer to such a question. If you live in England, you live in a colder climate (compared to lets say Greece, my country) so eating bacon/sausages will help your body keep its core temperature. Compare that to a country with slightly hotter climate, and you soon realize english breakfast will not be the best choice to have.

Also, exercising allows you to eat such fatty foods without suffering the same ill effects compare to someone who is sedentary . As long as you keep a healthy body fat that is...
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150lbs at 10% to 12 %. Live in England. People tell me it healthy. Not sure. I class it 50/50 do to depending on food content.
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No. No breakfast is healthy. Unless you are REALLY hungry. Then you should eat something like fresh fruits/yogurt/mild cooked eggs.
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(01-30-2020, 09:46 AM)Screamager Wrote: No. No breakfast is healthy. Unless you are REALLY hungry. Then you should eat something like fresh fruits/yogurt/mild cooked eggs.


Please elaborate. Why is breakfast unhealthy?

(01-29-2020, 11:38 AM)Plato Wrote: 150lbs at 10% to 12 %. Live in England.  People tell me it healthy.  Not sure. I class it 50/50 do to depending on food content.


Are you serious? Dude freaking eat ... As long as you keep working out and sleeping right you wont have any issue
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(01-30-2020, 10:41 AM)khrazz Wrote: Please elaborate. Why is breakfast unhealthy?



Are you serious? Dude freaking eat ... As long as you keep working out and sleeping right you wont have any issue

;-; Ill eat that not a problem .
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(01-30-2020, 10:41 AM)khrazz Wrote: Please elaborate. Why is breakfast unhealthy?
So do you really need an elaboration???
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(02-03-2020, 10:52 PM)Screamager Wrote: So do you really need an elaboration???

no, I am good. :3
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(02-04-2020, 06:30 AM)Plato Wrote: no I am good. :3
Ρε μαλακα Plato
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(01-30-2020, 09:46 AM)Screamager Wrote: No. No breakfast is healthy. Unless you are REALLY hungry. Then you should eat something like fresh fruits/yogurt/mild cooked eggs.
Nah, breakfasts are fine (maybe not English ones Wink ) and it seems that eating them is mildly better than skipping them, especially when insulin spikes are considered.
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