Question by xander: Breakfast buzz: How do 9-5 working people enjoy the most important meal of the day when you are in a hurry?
I know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but how do someone who works regular office hours 9-5 enjoy a big delicious and healthy breakfast meal when they have to take a bus or the train to work every day? It’s not only the time constraint. What about getting in a morning exercise before work? And how can they enjoy a big breakfast when they know there’s at least 8 hours of work still ahead? No wonder people eat the most during dinner.
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Citation Details Title: Olympic hopeful: John Korff says buzz can bring the Olympics to Hawaii, but are the games worth it?(Sports And Fitness) Author: Maria Torres-Kitamura Publication:Hawaii Business (Magazine/Journal) Date: July 1, 2004 Publisher: Hawaii Business Publishing Co. Volume: 50 Issue: 1 Page: 45(1)
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