3 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Skip Breakfast

Mornings are hectic. You’re trying to get ready for work or trying to get the kids ready for school — or maybe even both. Sometimes it might feel like you don’t have time to stop and get something to eat, so maybe you just grab a granola bar on the way out the door. But many studies have shown that breakfast really is the most important meal of the day!

Fortunately, there is a way to get to work on time and have a delicious, healthy omelet — order from Village Catering! You can order online and pick up your order on the way to work or have it delivered.

Here are some reasons that you shouldn’t skip the first meal of the day:


  1.  It gives you the energy you need to tackle the day. When you eat breakfast, it restores glucose levels, which helps improve your cognitive function. That means you’ll be more alert and be able to concentrate better during that early morning meeting. Sure, coffee can help keep you awake, but it’s not a replacement for a proper meal—which will keep your glucose levels more stable throughout the day.
  2.  It may help you maintain a healthy weight. Many studies have shown that eating breakfast can reduce your risk for obesity. People who ate a larger breakfast instead of a larger dinner were able to lose more weight. It may also help by keeping your blood sugar more regular throughout the day, which will make you less likely to give into those cravings for sugary and fatty foods later in the day.
  3.  It reduces your risk for heart disease and type 2 diabetes. Skipping breakfast can increase your risk for both of these serious conditions. While the reason isn’t yet entirely clear, it may be because people who skip breakfast are more likely to overindulge during other meals and eat unhealthy snacks.

Village Catering’s restaurant is open seven days a week to help you get a nutritious and satisfying breakfast to start your day. With options like personalized omelets, breakfast burritos, and gourmet stuffed pancakes, there is something on the menu for everyone. Stop by today!