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For breakfast they had candy in -- Well let's see if -- doctor agrees that that is big breakfast of champions -- you.
Do this and don't do that we get help advise drilled into our heads all the time but -- these tips true or not.
Well let's separate fact from fiction -- a doctor -- this down our doctor.
And mourning the -- we always hear breakfast is the most important meal of the day is that true.
Great marketing strategy right by the cereal companies.
Actually it's not true you really need to be familiar with your body and how your body performs at it's -- to see whether or not you need to eat.
That first heavy meal on the morning.
Remember we all experience at mid afternoon slump after lunch.
It can happen after breakfast together midmorning slump so if you do we breakfast it's usually recommended either small -- a -- -- that you don't get into that slump.
And Philly you don't feel sluggish right in the morning.
I agree combatants -- do you think they're wrong and chocolate is a good idea -- -- I think it's a terrible idea for Mike for anybody.
-- -- that now the next gun nest perhaps that you hear is don't every after 8 PM there is they don't just -- the weight on you can't burn off before you go to bed.
Another -- that a lot of people really take to heart what matters most is your total calorie intake.
Not the time of day now there are some caveat if you're over the age of sixty.
Or if you exercise in the evening actually recommend that you have a very small meal at -- before you go to sleep because you can have you make -- have a more restful evening.
But be careful because if you -- kidney disease he shouldn't be a lot of pro -- I heard earlier that that cheese was one of the recommended I just.
She is good at -- that small piece Mikey can't have that huge big tablet brief T wolves -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- go on -- She only.
If the other thing.
But yeah I think it's important to remember is if you have diabetes be very careful about the total.
Number of calories that you take -- late at -- -- can do something.
That we call that -- phenomenon which is the highest increase in your blood sugar in the early morning hours that you -- to care let's -- diabetes or hit kidney disease watch that credit to their -- Otherwise great idea at home late at night -- doctor Monica.
And by the way your name sounds like -- resort.
It's it's a I already topped Chicago I'll treat you well Bob Bob you have an awful -- plane.
Do you read -- to see a dentist every six months.
Absolutely not let's shatter that other bit.
You have to see it and it streets recommended it and at least once a year to get your keep pulling.
That's because heart disease is linked to gum disease the clean your gums are the less likely it is that you are going to have heart problems in fact.
The American Heart Association released a -- he's saying.
If you get your teeth cleaned at least once a year you have a 24%.
Less risk of having a heart attack 13% less risk of having a stroke again.
Not every six months unless of course you have something though -- about that -- benefits is following doctors and man that was good that's good segment thanks you'll -- you let this afternoon Chicago office -- -- -- to -- will be waiting.
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