Ellie Taylor on our morning routines regarding breakfast
Millions of Brits are getting off to a bad start each day, oversleeping, doom scrolling and having the same old breakfast again and again.
A nationally representative poll of 2,000 adults found a fifth regularly get their day off to a bad start, with 29 per cent admitting they’ve fallen into negative habits they can’t seem to break away from.
Along with getting up late (28 per cent) and uninspiring breakfasts (6 per cent), other common morning missteps include missing the bus or train (9 per cent), rushing around (22 per cent), and not being able to find keys (17 per cent).
The research was commissioned by the plant-based pioneers, Alpro, which is encouraging Brits to ‘switch up their breakfast routine’ so they can be the best version of themselves throughout the day – something 44 per cent are keen to do.
To help the nation be the best version of themselves, this September, Alpro will host one-off Breakfast Clubs in London and Manchester to encourage Brits to switch up their breakfast routine.
Aston spoke to comedian, actress and TV presenter Ellie Taylor.
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