Eating breakfast has many health benefits to it. One research shows that people who consistently consume breakfast during the rest of their day have been found to be twelve per cent healthier. Another research suggests that eating breakfast regularly will make you less likely to develop type 2 diabetes by 34 per cent.
The food you choose to eat for breakfast can vary considerably from person to person, especially when you think about what people outside the U.S. prefer to eat to start their day off right.
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Breakfast sandwiches, cold cereal, coffee, eggs, fruit, and juice are all common choices for people living in the United States. The rest of the world, what? The following infographic will take you on a trip around the world, giving you a "good taste" of what people in various countries prepare and eat for breakfast. Take your knives, grab the spoons and dive in!
infographic by: blog.chefworks.com