6 Foods you should avoid eating for breakfast
Small flakes and breakfast cereals
Breakfast cereal is a tricky classic. Although very practical, the most popular breakfast cereals do contain a huge amount of sugar that can later become abdominal fat. This study also shows that small flakes are linked to higher calorie consumption because people tend to serve less cereal when flakes are bigger.Instead: Eat sugar-free, homemade oatmeal that contains a healthy amount of fiber and almost no sugar. Reducing your sugar intake in the morning can help you avoid that midmorning tired feeling. If you’re eating sugar-coated flakes anyway, try buying bigger flakes.