Feel Nauseous in the Morning? Skip Breakfast? This Could be a Sign of Blood Sugar Problems.
Feeling Nauseated While Eating Breakfast
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I try to eat in the morning, but it makes me nauseated. I try to eat at least once a day, usually in the afternoon or late evening. I'm gaining weight instead of losing it. What can I do?
— Sarah, California
If you're gaining weight instead of losing it, you're eating more calories than you're expending — in other words, you're overeating. The only way to break this cycle would be to stop eating at a certain time of the day — let’s say 6 or 7 p.m. Try to eat something small in the morning, such as a piece of fruit or a container of yogurt. Once you establish this pattern, you'll start to become hungry in the morning.
It could be that you're becoming nauseated from a vitamin pill or another type of pill you may be taking. This could be alleviated by taking the pill with yogurt or a piece of fruit. Alternatively, if you're able to take these pills in the evening or after lunch, you might avoid the nausea altogether.
Try to eat slowly in the morning. Many people are in such a rush to get to work that they quickly down their breakfast — even a small amount of food can cause nausea if it's not eaten in a more relaxed manner. The best way to gauge which of these conditions may be affecting you in the morning would be to keep a food log of everything you put in your mouth each day for at least three weekdays and one weekend day.
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