The Full English Breakfast used to be a staple of early mornings, but it now appears to be dying out after young millennials prefer to stay healthy and eat porridge or avocado and toast or whatever.
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One NHS surgeon doesn’t necessarily think that there’s anything wrong with a Full English and is insisting that people should be starting their mornings with it. Andrew Jenkinson is a bariatric surgeon specialising in weight loss and explains that a Full English will set you up for the day and that crash dieters always end up fatter than when they started:
It’s always the same story.
They all say they lose weight to begin with, but then put it on again and end up heavier.
Imagine you are taking your great-grandmother around the shops.
If there’s any food she doesn’t recognise, don’t buy it.
You should start your day with a Full English, but if you’re dieting just cut out the bread.
Sounds good to me, although I am a big fan of bread so maybe not 100% ideal. Still, definitely better than not having the option of a Full English when trying to lose weight. Tell all your friends that you no longer have to eat porridge or whatever to reach your goals. Rejoice.
For more Full Englishes, check out this Full English you can get served in a Yorkshire pudding. Not so sure about that.