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#11 Are You A Breakfast Person?

Breakfast?  

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I can't function without my morning meal, and I do enjoy "traditional breakfast foods" but I feel no need to limit my breakfast to breakfast foods, or to limit my breakfast foods to breakfast. 

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should be - benefits of eating the right food for breakfast.

Foods such as

Donuts, cakes, icecream, fizzy drinks, chocolates, are great for breakfast. They will energize that human battery and make sure it turns that hamster wheel, faster then usain Bolt and it does come with a great reward. A high cholestoral early grave.

Breakfast is not a must, it all depends on the type of person one is. There is a difference between habit and knowing what one is. Some do not eat breakfast and they feel great, some don't and they feel poor. It is all about eating the right, healthy foods per day to control energy out put.

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If I visit ShiaChat before my breakfast, my breakfast might be postponed until lunch time. One day, it was a Saturday or Sunday, I was so busy at SC that I had my breakfast about 3 pm (1500 hours). :( I have made it my own personal rule to not come to SC unless I had my breakfast first. :blush:  

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12 hours ago, Hameedeh said:

If I visit ShiaChat before my breakfast, my breakfast might be postponed until lunch time. One day, it was a Saturday or Sunday, I was so busy at SC that I had my breakfast about 3 pm (1500 hours). :( I have made it my own personal rule to not come to SC unless I had my breakfast first. :blush:  

Well, since you can qualify as our SC's "Mother Hen" l am not in the least surprised at this level of dedication.  :cool:

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On 10/20/2017 at 1:33 PM, rkazmi33 said:

I drink coffee in the morning but it's hard to eat anything. Usually I am very anxious in the morning and it's hard to feel hungry when you are anxious. I start feeling hungry around 11 to 12. 

Caffeine is a major cause for anxiety. Go decaf and best is to try and quit it while you can. Whenever I get hit by anxiety like when the climate changes or something happens I nearly stop tea consumption for a week at least.

As for the breakfast topic at hand, KIDS, don't skip breakfast, take my word for it. You may not value that precious stomach lining inside your bellies but you should start -now-. All the chemicals and spices in our foods guarantee that you will regret the habit soon enough.

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According to another tradition from the same Imam (a.s.), God will question every Momin on three topics on the day of judgement; firstly, what he had eaten, secondly, what he had worn and thirdly, how much he had fulfilled the desire of obedient wife and kept her away from haram. Abu Khalid Kabuli visited Imam Mohammed Baqir (a.s.) who served him with delicious food during breakfast. When the Imam (a.s.) asked how was the food, Abu Khalid praised the food and recited this Aayat:

‘And on that day will be definitely questioned about the manifold blessings of Allah.’[2]

According to a tradition from Holy Prophet (s.a.w.a.), if you eat too much food, then white spots appear.

According to a tradition from Imam Ja'far-e-Sadiq (a.s.), God keeps those people enemies who have these habits:

a)      Who sleep during the day when they have not been awake during the night,

b)      Who laugh meaninglessly,

c)      Who eat after the stomach is full.

According to Imam Reza (a.s.), one should not take melon before breakfast as it causes paralysis. It should always be taken with dried dates or sugar as the Holy Prophet (s.a.w.a.) used to take.

A tradition from the Holy Prophet (s.a.w.a.) states that if one says Bismillah before having any fruit then it does not harm.

According to Hazrat Ali (a.s.), once Hazrat Esa (Jesus) 

According to a reliable tradition coming from Husham, he visited Imam Ja'far-e-Sadiq (a.s.) in the company of Ibne Abi Yafoor. When Hazrat ordered for breakfast (chasht), Husham said that he would have only a little. The Imam (a.s.) said that perhaps Husham did not know that one could find out the depth of friendship between two momins by the amount of food they take in each other's company. The more friendly they are, the more they will eat in each other's company. Many reliable traditions are always stressing this aspect.

http://islamic-laws.com/eatinghabbit.htm

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