All about that Breakfast
A question for you, dear reader
Actually, I have a couple of questions in the form of a little survey, if you're willing?
I am doing a study about breakfast.
We all know that it is "the most important meal of the day" and that we need to fuel our bodies for the day ahead etc etc etc. But so often what we know is right isn't the thing that we actually manage to do. Life gets in the way or it's just all too much of a hassle.
So, I have put together a handful of questions for you. What I want to figure out is what really happens in the morning when it comes to food, how it leaves you feeling and what might get in the way of what we *should* be doing.
It's a no judgement zone!
I'll compile the results and publish them soon.
If you're all in, start cracking on with the questions below. I really appreciate your input!
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