The Breakfast of Champions | Gundry MD

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For decades, the food industries have wanted you to believe if you skip breakfast, you might put on weight or lack energy in the afternoon. But, truth be known – health research has shown missing a bagel or a bowl of corn flakes first thing in the morning doesn’t actually lead to putting on weight, health concerns, or fatigue.
Think about it: our ancestors never rolled out of bed to a bowl of cereal. They had to go out and hunt or forage for it first—that probably meant more like their first meal was late morning or lunchtime.
Now, the purpose of breakfast is to break the fast, right? And that should happen when your body tells you it’s hungry.

Breakfast is NOT the most important meal of the day. Gundry is normally big on skipping breakfast. That being said, many people love their breakfast! So if you are going to eat breakfast, it should be healthy! Gundry breaks down breakfast and suggests the best types of foods your plate should be full of.

So, my advice – if you’re hungry, eat breakfast. If you’re not, wait until you’re hungry.
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  • Gundry MD says:

    Vist the Gundry MD website: and use discount code YOUTUBE25 at check out for 25% off
    Let us know about your healthy go to breakfast in the comments below!

    • Gaby Roel says:

      Dr Gundry Thank you 🙏
      I have SIBO and constipation is killing me! I’m 59 and 5.5 157 Lbs, I don’t feel healthy, I have chronic pain. I have your shake, beets power and the greens, but I’m not following a diet yet. Please help me with some directions 🙏

    • Drew patton says:

      What if you do a very physical job. Fermented cabbage and such wouldn’t tie me over for 3 or 4 hours/till lunch time.
      I am having 3 whole free range eggs and 2 egg whites and about 1.5-2 cups of spinach everyday

    • Hale Storm! says:

      So is natto on the yes list?

  • Dad72 says:

    Respect for Dr Gundry. Appreciate the healthy facts.

  • Phil says:

    You got a mention on GB News by Dr Aseem referencing your research. This is extremely good because our media in the UK is strangled by misinfo – I had to listen back to ensure I heard it correctly! Fantastic info, my health in my 40s is better than my 30s with your diet adjustments. Thanks doc👍🏼

  • Nia J says:

    Hello Dr. Gundry. Thank you for the breakfast video. I was enlightened. You are looking always for your flock. A warm thank you goes out to you. Nia J.

  • With all humility says:

    RESPECT for DOCTOR 👋🏼💯

  • Jonathan Ramos says:

    Your work is astonishing Gundry. The people and I myself admire you so much in these times. Question what do you recommend for inflammation and Granulomas/sarcoid. Can a pectin free diet and healthy lifestyle change possible reverse it ?

    • Jonathan Ramos says:

      ^^^ LECTIN^ FREE is what I meant. Sorry about the typo.

    • Gundry MD says:

      Hi there, Jonathan! Interesting question! We’ll add this to our growing list of questions for Dr. Gundry to possibly answer in an upcoming YouTube video! Don’t forget to subscribe to our channel and turn on alerts so you never miss an update.

  • Jonathan Ramos says:

    BTW just subscribed to your channel. If you keep this up with honesty and your research and integrity .. you can possibly go down as one of the most glorious doctors of all time 💯💫✨💫

  • Ligia Sommers says:

    Dr G , can you explain the pros and cons of living in a very high altitude place ? I live in Alma Co the highest incorporated city in the US. Thank you and love your podcasts 🙏🏻❤️‍🩹🌹

    • Gundry MD says:

      Hi there, Ligia! Interesting question! We’ll add this to our growing list of questions for Dr. Gundry to possibly answer in an upcoming YouTube video! Don’t forget to subscribe to our channel and turn on alerts so you never miss an update.

    • Ligia Sommers says:

      @Gundry MD team, thank you ! I am subscribed to this and the other channel and read all dr G’s books . I am a huge fan 🙏🏻🌹✨

  • chris tan says:

    Thank you Doctor Gundry.

  • Black Wolf says:

    Greetings Dr. Gundry, I am so overjoyed to be here! I have been suffering lots of health problems lately so I hope you can respond to my request here. Amongst one of my biggest issues is that I have had severe anxiety, which in turn causes me to eat… and to eat the most unhealthy lectin fueled foods. I want to beat this anxiety overall, but I also want to turn my food addiction as well into eating the foods that are healthy for me. I have eaten nothing but bad things and have gotten inflammation and pain everywhere as well as obsessive weight gain… and one of my main troubles is knowing what to make for breakfast that is a lot better, healthier and will give me sustained energy throughout the day, so this in turn I believe is really going to make a difference! :]

  • Carlos says:

    Love your content! It would be very helpful if you told us what you have for breakfast in a week

    • Gundry MD says:

      We love this question! Adding it now to our list to possibly cover in a future YouTube video. Don’t forget to subscribe to our channel for more exciting videos!

    • Ramona says:

      This one left us hanging – – – So – o- What do we eat for a good breakfast? Please finish what you started. I will NOT listen to hour-long lectures.

  • Candid Conversations with Dr. Lowe says:

    A lot of very useful information in your breakfast video. After watching it, I will certainly take a closer look into the benefits of sour Asian breakfasts. Thanks.

  • lilly beauty says:

    Many people in pak india eat paratha and i know its super healthy thanks doctor

  • Greg Nixon says:

    I appreciate your SHORT, informative videos.

  • Potato says:

    Between you and Dr Berg, my health is improving.

  • Rolling Rock says:

    I’m a 64 year old endurance/Ironman female recreational athlete, moving a lot! No processed food, no wheat, no flour products, very limited dairy, no grains, and now no lectins. Gets very interesting to fuel a 3 hour bike ride. Breakfast cannot be cabbage. Any suggestions?

  • SAKU says:

    Hi there Dr Gundry and team,

    So, pretty much each food we eat has positive and negative components and effects when you get to a molecular level. My question is, why the fixation on lectins? Instead of some of the other less beneficial chemicals such as phytochemicals, pectins,isoflavones, antinutrients etc. Is there some significance to the impact of lectins on the body over these other anti nutrients, and could you explain the comparative magnitude of this, when compared to other less ideal food components

    • Gundry MD says:

      Hi there! Scientists and researchers have been studying lectins and their effect on diet since the 1950s, and although it’s yet to enter the mainstream, eating lectin-free or lectin-light is starting to gain more traction. Dr. Gundry has observed huge improvements in his own health — as well as many folks he personally knows — by cutting out lectins. As with any diet, you should do your own research and consult with your personal physician to see what works best for you!

  • Michel Dubois says:

    So clear and simple choices ! Thank you infinitely dear doctor G ! Namaste !

  • dundeeecroc says:

    My breakfast consist of 4 scrambled eggs and filet mignon every morning…. great stuff!

  • Nikki Marie says:

    I have eaten conventional eggs and got so sick to my stomach. Every since I switched over to pasture raised eggs it’s made a huge difference and no stomach issues.

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