EP #75 True or False: Is Breakfast the Most Important Meal of the Day? with Dr. TJ
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Welcome to the “True or False with Dr. TJ” series! Dr. TJ Williams is the Founder and Clinical Director of The Institute of Natural Health. With his unique insights on functional medicine, Dr. TJ has a noteworthy approach to understanding the human condition and the natural treatments needed to heal the body. In this True or False series, Evie and Dr. TJ will be debunking some popular myths you may have heard about nutrition and health.

We’ve all heard of the saying, breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Well, is it? In this episode, Evie and Dr. TJ debunk some common myths surrounding the very first meal we have every day. You may be surprised - some things we’ve been led to believe about breakfast are in fact, completely untrue! Tune in to uncover the truth about breakfast, and learn how to optimize the first meal of your day so that you stay energized throughout the day.

 

KEY POINTS / MAIN TAKEAWAYS:

  • What’s wrong with our current breakfast foods? 
  • When is the optimal time to have breakfast?  
  • The best foods to have at breakfast. 
  • What happens to your body when you skip your meals. 


QUOTABLES:

“Even starting small, if you're just trying to figure out a place to start, and you're like, ‘I don't know what to do with my diet', start with breakfast. Fix breakfast. You fix breakfast, and then we can work on the other things down the road.”


PRODUCTS / RESOURCES:

Visit the Institute of Natural Health website at https://inhstl.com/

Find out more about Dr. TJ Williams here: https://inhstl.com/inh-clinicians/t-j-williams-dc-phd/

 

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