A Brief History Of Breakfast™ And Why You Should Skip It.

By Adam Lonergan, CPT | AdLoFitness.com

Joe Caveman couldn’t just wake up and eat, he had to work for it.

Breakfast is not “the most important meal of the day.” It never has been. That old saying came from Kellogg’s cereal in 1917 as part of a marketing campaign to sell corn flakes. With its success, other food companies followed suit and here we are today.