Is it true that a person needs to eat something, preferably with protein, within thirty minutes of when her feet hit the floor in the morning? I don't usually want to put food in my mouth first thing when I wake up, and this retired nurse from church has been down my neck about it lately to the point of calling me on the phone the last few days and asking me if I've eaten and what I ate. I realize I can either tell her to flake off, or politely say it's none of her business, or pacify her and tell her what she wants to hear, or follow her orders and eat, but I'm wondering if her knowledge is accurate or outdated.
Answer by May-20 at 5:59 PM on Nov. 12, 2013
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Answer by Dardenella at 4:22 PM on Nov. 12, 2013
I know you should eat something for breakfast. But within 30 of getting up? I don't know about that. What are you supose to do, stand up and run into the kitchen and down a donut?
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