Health & Fitness Is everything you've been told about breakfast a lie? Gastric surgeon claims skipping food in the morning is the key to losing weight because it's the LEAST important meal of the day

20:01  16 april  2018
20:01  16 april  2018 Source:   Daily Mail

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They say that eating breakfast helps you lose weight , increases energy, and keeps your metabolism revving. But is that right? Is breakfast really the most important meal of the day ? Or is it all just a big fat lie ?

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  Is everything you've been told about breakfast a lie? Gastric surgeon claims skipping food in the morning is the key to losing weight because it's the LEAST important meal of the day © Provided by Shutterstock We have always been told that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but could we be wrong?

An Australian gastric surgeon is now claiming that skipping breakfast is the key to slimming our waist line.

Dr Andrew Renaut thinks we should stop eating breakfast all together.

'Breakfast, as far as I'm concerned, is the least important meal of the day and I think is contributing to the problem as far as obesity is concerned,' he told Sunrise.

Dr Renaut explained that there are three main factors we need to consider when it comes to our diet and they are how much we eat, what foods we eat and when we eat.

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You ’ ve probably heard that “ breakfast is the most important meal of the day .” Ads like these were key to the rise of cereal, a product invented by men like John Harvey Kellogg, a deeply And it all depends on advertising and convincing you that breakfast is the most important meal of the day .

If you ' ve read into health and fitness at all, you ' ve probably been seen variations of " breakfast is the most important meal of the day ," "eat breakfast to kickstart your metabolism," or perhaps " skip breakfast and die."

This is because when we are constantly eating and digesting food our bodies aren't given a chance to have a break.

Dr Andrew Renaut is one surgeon who wants people to stop eating breakfast all together © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Dr Andrew Renaut is one surgeon who wants people to stop eating breakfast all together Dr Renault said this means our bodies aren't able to bring insulin levels down.

'We need to address the amount of insulin we're causing the body to produce because that translates to insulin resistance, and that's the underlying problem with obesity,' he said.

With obesity levels at a record high in this country, Dr Renault believes this technique can help stop obesity.

Not having breakfast isn't the only step, as there is also only a six hour window that you're allowed to eat in each day, which is 1pm to 7pm.

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Well… the reason was simply because I was told to do so. I was told primarily by my mom, by teachers, and by various fitness websites/magazines that breakfast was the most important meal of the day . I was told to eat breakfast so that I could score high on my SAT exams

Chances are you ’ ve heard that breakfast is the most important meal of the day . When you’re rushing around in the morning , trying to get ready for work and get the kids off to school, though, sitting down to a balanced breakfast can get pushed to the bottom of the priority list.

An added bonus is that you don't need to count calories within that time frame.

Dr Renaut explained that there are three main factors we need to consider when it comes to our diet and they are how much we eat, what foods we eat and when we eat © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Dr Renaut explained that there are three main factors we need to consider when it comes to our diet and they are how much we eat, what foods we eat and when we eat 'You don't need to restrict anything, with one exception, and that is refined carbohydrates,' Dr Renault explained.

'So everything else, fresh meat, fresh vegetables, fresh fish, nuts, avocados and dairy is absolutely fine.

'You can eat all that beautiful food and you don't need to restrict the amount. It's very important that you don't calorie restrict.'

For those that are worried that they won't be able to go about their day without having a meal, Dr Renault said your body will adjust.

'What you're doing in the 18 hours that you're not eating is you're allowing your insulin to come back down to zero,' he said.

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For years I told people that breakfast was the most important meal of the day . I published the advice in three books, referenced the smartest minds in nutrition, and the tip was generally accepted as "the right thing to do" for your health.

Breakfast is THE most important meal of the day . You need to eat the most in the morning because it kicks off your metabolism, keeps you full (so that you don't eat everything in sight when lunch comes around), and you burn it off throughout the day .

Although you can eat whatever you want in that six hour window, Dr Renault said that it has to be within reason, as of course this doesn't mean you can go off and eat six burgers.

  Is everything you've been told about breakfast a lie? Gastric surgeon claims skipping food in the morning is the key to losing weight because it's the LEAST important meal of the day © Provided by Shutterstock 'Everything in moderation. The only thing you need to watch is refined carbohydrates,' he explained.

'That's sugar and anything that contains sugar so anything that's processed and anything out of a packet probably has had sugar added.'

He recommends looking in your fridge and chucking out anything with a fat-free label as they take out the fat and put sugar in its place instead.

'Fat doesn't make you fat, sugar makes you fat,' he added.

'I have two promises - the first is that this will work and secondly, this is the only thing that will work.'

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Is everything you've been told about breakfast a lie? Gastric surgeon claims skipping food in the morning is the key to losing weight because it's the LEAST important meal of the day .
An Australian gastric surgeon is claiming that skipping breakfast is the key to slimming our waistline. Dr Andrew Renaut wants people to stop eating breakfast all together. 'Breakfast, as far as I'm concerned, is the least important meal of the day and I think is contributing to the problem as far as obesity is concerned,' he told Sunrise.Dr Renaut explained that there are three main factors we need to consider when it comes to our diet and they are how much we eat, what foods we eat and when we eat.This is because when we are constantly eating and digesting food our bodies aren't given a chance to have a break.

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