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NUTRITION BASICS FOR MEN: PREVENTING THE DRAIN – START THE DAY RIGHT, EAT EVERYTHING—IN MODERATION
Start the day right. In this hectic age of late nights and hour-long commutes, keeping regular mealtimes—or even having meals—can be a challenge. But if you’re only going to eat one real meal a day, make sure it’s breakfast. After eight or more hours in bed your body is running on empty and needs a fill-up. “Of all the time-honored adages regarding food, perhaps the wisest is: ‘Eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince and dinner like a pauper,’” says Joanne Curran-Celentano, R.D., PhD., associate professor of nutrition and food sciences at the University of New Hampshire in Durham.
Can’t stand the thought of scrambled eggs first thing in the morning? Then heat some of last night’s stew or boil up a plate of pasta. It isn’t against the law to eat “dinner” foods at dawn, and they’ll get your engine revved as well as traditional “breakfast” foods.
Eat everything—in moderation. Experts agree that as long as you don’t stuff yourself silly, there are no “bad” foods. “All food is health food in moderation,” says Victor Herbert, M.D., professor of medicine at the Mount Sinai Medical Center and Bronx Veterans Affairs Medical Center, both in New York City. “Any food is junk food in excess.”
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