People who eat more protein in the morning have more muscle strength than those who eat more in the evening and less in the morning.
So add more protein to your breakfast for a healthier life.
And a balanced diet of three servings of protein a day can lead to greater muscle strength in the elderly, according to a new study.
Many people consume most of their daily protein intake at lunch and dinner. But a new study suggests that if breakfast is high in protein, you may be more energetic and energetic throughout the day.
“We wanted to see if people who ate more protein for breakfast alone had more muscle strength than those who ate three work-out protein foods,” said Stephanie Chevalier, an assistant professor at McGill University in Canada.
The study, published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, followed nearly 1,800 people over a three-year period.
For this, they reviewed the protein consumption patterns of 827 healthy men and 914 healthy women aged 67 to 84 living in Quebec, Canada. Breakfast is a very important meal – it can either make or break your day.