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Oral Health and Wellness | Why You Really Shouldn’t Skip Out On Breakfast

Do you know what the most important meal of the day is? 

It is a meal that is often skipped. We hear all the time about the importance of breakfast, and with good reason.

Jerome L. Faist, DDS in Beachwood, OH puts your health at the forefront of his career. Not only does Dr. Faist want your oral health to be in good condition, but also your overall health. Due to this, below, Dr. Faist will outline several benefits of eating breakfast. 

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First, eating breakfast will boost your metabolism. If you do not eat breakfast, lunch, and dinner, your metabolism may get out of whack. So, if you are skipping breakfast to eliminate calories and lose weight, think again. By eating a healthy breakfast, and keeping your metabolism regular, you will be able to lose more weight. 

Secondly, you will experience an increase in energy levels. Consuming a healthy breakfast will keep your mind sharp and help you be more productive throughout the day. Eating breakfast will also help keep you from eating too much at lunch, which causes that afternoon crash. Here are 9 other ways to boost your energy

Lastly, breakfast foods contain a high amount of vitamins and minerals that boost your health. If you eat fruits, like bananas or strawberries for breakfast, you will consume a ton of vitamin c, folic acids, potassium, dietary fiber, vitamin B6, and more.  

One food in particular that Dr. Faist recommends for your dental health is yogurt. High in calcium and casein, yogurt will help you strengthen your teeth.

To see more nutritious breakfast foods, click here

Overall Health starts with Oral Health

We welcome you to contact us today to schedule a visit with Dr. Faist. Receiving regular, quality dental care, will help you lead a healthier and happier life. 

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