The origins of breakfast are thought to date back to the ancient world, when people would break their fasts with a simple meal before starting their day. The first known reference to breakfast in English dates back to the 15th century, when it was mentioned in a work by author Thomas Nashe.
Many studies have shown the health benefits of eating breakfast. It improves your energy levels and ability to concentrate in the short term, and can help with better weight management, reduced risk of type 2 diabetes and heart disease in the long term.
Enjoying meals with family and friends is a good time to re-connect and really talk to each other – free of devices and other distractions. Research also shows that eating with others helps us eat better.
If traveling solo call up a friend. They might be having dinner. Still enormous fulfilling. Cheers!