Breakfast Explained

My From Middle English brekefast, brekefaste, equivalent to break +‎ fast (literally, “to end the nightly fast”), likely a variant of Old English fæstenbryċe, (literally, “fast-breach”). Cognate with Dutch breekvasten (“breakfast”).

First used in English in 1463 and originating in the Christian idea of fasting between the last meal of the day and receiving Holy Communion the following morning, the extended length of time between meals was meant to teach faith and honour God.

Breakfast provides the body with important nutrients, to start the day feeling energized and nourished. Many also believe that it can promote weight loss.

Breakfast in conclusion is a good meal to have. Don’t skip it.

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