Would you like to hear most popular “explanations” for why-I-can-NOT-doing-that? There you go:
I can’t eat breakfast because it’s too early for me to eat, and I am not hungry yet
I can’t drink my coffee without sugar
I don’t feel full until I have something sweet at the end of my meal
I can’t go to sleep without eating something because I will never fall asleep
For example, not eating breakfast is a very popular and very harmful eating habit (“not-eating habit” in this case). Let’s see what happens when you do so.
When you are too busy to eat healthy breakfast, your are too hungry by the lunch time. However, most of us, being at work, can’t eat a significant meal for lunch. In a good scenario, we eat a salad, sandwich or slice of pizza. In a bad scenario, we eat cookies or chips “on the fly.” By the time you get home, you feel really hungry, and start eating everything you see, before even an “official dinner” starts.
Since you ate too much night before, then you are absolutely right, saying that you are not hungry next morning and just can’t eat breakfast. So you don’t and the cycle is going on and on. BREAK IT!
- One morning, literally force yourself to eat a good no-carbs or low-carbs breakfast.
- Then, have some more good food for launch. You’ll see the results immediately: by the time you get home, you will never be too hungry. Make your dinner lighter, and have it earlier.
- Finally, make your dinner lighter, and have it earlier. It’s easy because you’ll not feel too hungry on that evening.