A new study says that people are really happy to get up at 4am to make a meal.
According to a new study by the research firm The NPD Group, people are much more likely to be happy to make meals when they are hungry.
“We found that it’s really important to make breakfast, lunch, dinner and supper before you get up in the morning,” said researcher Amy Zemmour.
She said the research team studied over 10,000 adults and children over the course of five years.
“It was interesting to see that breakfast was very important to people, especially when it came to food for the whole family,” said Zemmo.
“I think that breakfast is really the time when the brain gets all ready to function well, when we feel energised and happy,” said Professor Zemma.
“And breakfast is also a good time to be eating healthy.
So if you’re looking for the perfect breakfast to have with your family, this is a great place to start.”
In fact, this study suggests breakfast can be a great time for people to get their mind off work, get exercise and enjoy their social life.
“People are very, very good at getting their mind right before going to bed and staying there, and that helps to keep the brain working and to stay energised,” said Dr Zemman.
The research team wanted to find out whether people’s breakfast routines can influence their wellbeing and well-being.
The researchers took a look at the breakfast habits of more than 10,800 US adults and their family members.
They collected the food habits of the people, as well as the activities they engaged in at each breakfast meal.
The study was conducted between January and March 2016, and it included interviews with more than 2,400 people.
The participants had to report their breakfast habits throughout the day, and on any given day they were asked to report on their eating habits.
It was also recorded what they ate in the evening and breakfast.
It wasn’t just about breakfast.
The data was also collected on what they spent their day doing, and the amount of money they were spending.
The results showed that breakfast habits are closely related to wellbeing and the quality of life.
They also showed that people who were happy to eat breakfast were more likely than others to report high levels of wellbeing and social connectedness, and were more satisfied with their lives.
It appears that breakfast makes you happy and energised, and when you get home, you feel energized.
The best way to make sure you eat well and have a great day is to plan ahead and get up early.
The good news is that breakfast can make a big difference to your health and well being, according to Professor Zeman.
“You don’t have to wake up at 6am to have a good breakfast,” she said.
“So if you have the right morning routine, and you can do it, it can really make a difference to the quality and the wellbeing of your life.”