Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. 4 reasons to never skip it

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Know someone who’s the first one to get on a fad diet? Whether it is intermittent fasting, low carb, high fat, and no carbs at night – you name it and they are the first ones to try it. Well, that person is me.

I feel like I have been on this perennial quest to find out what’s healthy eating really like? With exercise, it is pretty easy. Workout, burn calories and follow a routine that you love. But with food and nutrition, there are way too many options, aspects to consider and obviously not enough clinical evidence of what works.

But if there’s one thing that I’ve realised (after many mistakes) is that breakfast is the indeed the most important meal of the day. You may hear of people who like to skip it or people who can survive on a bowl of fruits, but an ideal breakfast is a lot more than that. When you skip breakfast a number of things happen to your body.

Low energy

Skipping breakfast may work for you for a day, but it is not a sustainable choice. A good breakfast gives you that much needed fuel to function through the day. By skipping it, you’ll likely suffer from a drop in energy – if not on day 1, but definitely by day 7.

Weight

For people following intermittent fasting for weight loss, skipping breakfast helps to maintain their fasting window without compromising on an evening out. But according to a study, when you skip breakfast you’re low on energy and are more likely to crave for fatty foods and crave sugar.

Mood swings

Hangry is indeed a real condition. Opting to not eat breakfast can make you irritable. And if you pick coffee over breakfast to remedy that, you’ll end up with a caffeine high. But once it comes down, you’ll again experience moodiness.

Metabolism

Skipping breakfast can lead to slower metabolism. According to a study, skipping breakfast can increase inflammation. In fact, skipping breakfast or dinner can both have adverse effects.

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Apple Watch Series 4 return period extended to 45 days due to ECG feature

An internal document addressed to all Apple Store employees and Apple authorized resellers has been obtained by MacRumors. The document outlines a new 45-day return period for the Apple Watch Series 4 due to the ECG (electrocardiogram) sensor embedded into the Watch’s body.

Likely due to the medical nature of the ECG, Apple had to add the extra month’s time to the regular 14-day return policy for most of Apple’s products. Should you request a refund past the first fourteen days, you’ll need to contact Apple directly by telephone, email, or online chat. If you do take your Watch Series 4 back to an Apple Store, you’ll be referred to contact Apple Support.

Apple Watch Series 4

The United States is the first country to enable ECG on the Apple Watch 4 due to more complicated regulations with the tool. According to the document, the ECG app and ECG notifications will be enabled in the 5.1.2 Watch OS update.

Also according to the MacRumors report, the document doesn’t state why any return period extension needs to be offered in the first place. Speculation leads to believe it may simply be extra time for customers to test out the ECG. Apple warns that the ECG “should not be used to monitor or track disease state or change medication without first talking to a doctor”.

Customers who intend to use the ECG for a medical reference need to consult with their doctor before relying it. Perhaps the additional time is simply for customers to be able to schedule a doctor’s appointment to verify whether the Watch’s capability is deemed worthy for the individual’s medical situation.

The ECG can take a measurement of about 30 seconds to detect any irregular rhythm in your heart. The ECG built into the Apple Watch uses a crystal contact on the back of the Watch body and one on the digital crown to take a measurement and this is a great tool for those living with or are susceptible to “atrial fibrillation”.

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Huawei nova 4 with in-screen selfie camera to arrive on December 17

Remember the Huawei teaser from last Monday with a shooting star in the upper left corner? The company cleared any confusion today, relaunching the same teaser, but with a camera instead of a light dot, revealing this will be the Huawei nova 4, and it will arrive on December 17.

Huawei nova 4 teaser
Huawei nova 4 teaser

The phone was already spotted in the wild in a pre-production case with its unusual selfie camera in the upper left corner. Given Samsung is yet to announce a launch date for the Galaxy A8s, Huawei looks set to become the first company to introduce a phone with the unusual solution.

Huawei nova 3 arrived in July with a Kirin 970 chipset, while the nova 2s sported a Kirin 960 platform. This leads to the assumption the new device will have the latest SoC – Kirin 980, because if it sticks to the midranger Kirin 710, it might be as powerful as the affordable nova 3i, and that would be an utter disappointment.

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