100 Replies to “Should You Eat Breakfast? Dr. Oz and Mark Wahlberg Debate It”

  1. Hmm, well I'm generally not hungary until about 11am (even when I used to get up at 5am) however I do at times force myself to eat some protein in the morning because I like to do pushups, but,…

    I do hate forcing myself to eat, plus I have no desire to buff up like Marky Mark, so perhaps I'll just start waiting for brunch?

  2. I thought everyone agreed that Dr Oz was a hack? Did everyone forget about him getting in trouble for making money of BOGUS snake oil he was selling on his show??? Why does any still care what that creep thinks?

  3. He wakes up 2:30am 😳 how can he even stay awake lol.

    Me: wakes up around 10am, and then 10 minutes of thinking, and then go back to sleep and wakes up around 1:20pm and then eat.

  4. Doing a couple pushups without eating breakfast proves nothing. I remember my brother (who is quite healthy and fit) didn't eat breakfast before school one day when he was in high school and he passed out on the treadmill in PE. Pretty funny but also not very practical

  5. I'm with Dr. Oz. I can't wake up and even think about eating anything until a few hours later. Of course you need to eat something to produce energy but first thing in the morning is not necessary. I think as long as you eat within a few hours or whenever you're body feels hungry is fine. Of course Mark is eating away because he's in the gym ,probably taking supplements and carb loading and all that. I guess it all depends on the person and the lifestyle they live 🤷🏻‍♀️

  6. Its actually true. I lost 22lbs in 3 months doing intermitent fasting. And after a blood check everything was better and felt better than before.

  7. I very seldom eat when I get up. I have to be up a few hours before I get hungry. I've had breakfast for dinner/supper many times though.

  8. I’ve never been a breakfast person!
    I just cannot force myself to eat when I first get up in the morning. In fact, more often than not, I tend to eat one main meal a day, usually in the evenings. At the weekends I sometimes fast altogether…

  9. The thing about wheight loss is you have to find what works for you, everyone is different, so we lose weight differently

  10. The second breakfast would not be a breakfast because it doesn’t break your fasting anymore since you’ve ate your first meal 2 hrs prior…

  11. I feel like you should have breakfast if you work early. That way you have energy to work until lunch time comes. When I don’t eat breakfast I find myself being super tired

  12. Ayo dont study Dr.Oz, when I dont eat break I feel like I am about to pass out. Cant even think about exercise

  13. Dr. Oz is wrong, breakfast is the most important meal of the day and it should be the biggest. Oz is always making things complicated. I don't know how anyone can live a healthy life when he's always changing things.

  14. You need 8 hrs of sleep. Everybody is different. What works for you might not work for someone else. And breakfast is good in the morning. Screw his advice.

  15. Mark eats ONLY breakfast. Big difference. Oz is eating ONLY dinner. Maybe small lunch. Point being. Eat ONE time a day morons

  16. Good comparison, dr oz who has 20 lbs of muscle mass to mark who is more than double that. Of course dr oz isn't going to be as hungry lol

  17. Because somehow we live in a world where we're concerned what Mark Walberg and a talk show doctor think Bout our breakfast habits

  18. I always feel like im forcing myself to eat breakfast as soon as i wake up. When i am hungryty then of course i will start my meal whatever time that i want to.

  19. I seriously function better with breakfast. Even if I'm not hungry, I at least eat a handful of blueberries. I can think better & have energy then when I skip. I wasn't hungry on a particular day, last week, so I skipped it & it was the most tiring morning. I try blueberries if I'm not hungry. I think a big breakfast or a small breakfast makes a difference. I also notice more of a weight gain when I skip meals

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