When it comes to breakfast, reliability has its rewards. A study from King’s College London suggests that consuming a consistent number of kilojoules at your morning meal may help you stay slim.
The researchers found that people with the most daily variation in their breakfast kilojoule count were 90 per cent more likely to have large waists – 102 centimetres and up for men.
The researchers suggest that maintaining a steady morning routine may help stabilise blood-sugar levels, which can prevent overeating later in the day.
Average number of kilojoules men burn in a single 90-minute Bikram yoga session.
Source: Medicine & Science In Sports & Exercise