At Living Well our primary aim is to help our patients sustain a steady, high octane source of energy throughout the day. We do this through a series of techniques and approaches to maximize the individual biochemistry we are working with.
Do you know what the most important meal of the day is? Of course you do, however many people fail to apply this simple but very critical step in your day to day energy habits. This jump-starts the metabolism and gets the energy pump flowing therefore sustaining your productive output.
I recommend to my patients that if a person would only consume breakfast lunch and dinner to maintain their blood sugar and fill the gaps with intermediate snacks between 10am and 10:30am and 2 to 3:30 in the afternoon they would have a more sustainable energy throughout their day. Studies have been shown that those who skip breakfast and eat the exact same lunch vs those that consume breakfast will be one third less productive in the mid afternoon hours. Are you sleepy after lunch? Maybe it’s because you’re skipping the most important meal of the day……your breakfast.