Here’s a fact: breakfast is NOT the most important meal of the day. Growing research has found that skipping breakfast, as part of an intermittent fasting program, can actually have far-reaching benefits on your health – from improving your insulin and leptin sensitivity to helping your body burn fat for fuel effectively.If you opt for breakfast, ideally you should skip dinner and eat two meals per day instead of three. While I’m still convinced that intermittent fasting is an important strategy for effective weight loss and disease prevention, it likely doesn’t matter which meal you skip — breakfast or dinner — as long as you skip one of them.If you have a physically taxing job, you are likely better off eating a solid breakfast and lunch, and then skipping dinner. The key to remember is to only eat within a window of six to eight consecutive hours each day, and avoiding food for at least three hours before bedtime.As long as you restrict your eating to this window, you can choose between having breakfast and lunch, or lunch and dinner, but avoid having both breakfast and dinner.If you chose to eat dinner, it’s important to avoid eating for at least three hours before going to bed.  However, there are instances when you must eat breakfast. On these occasions, stay away from the conventional breakfast fares like cereals, bagels, waffles, toast, donuts, and processed fruit juices, as they not only load your body with empty carbs and sugars, but are also lacking in nutrients.   Instead, here’s a yummy and easy frittata recipe you can try. It uses only wholesome ingredients so you can rest assured that you’re not eating anything processed. Check out this healthy mushroom and broccoli frittata recipe:       Ingredients:   6 eggs 2 cups broccoli,* steamed and chopped 4 medium potatoes, steamed and

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