I'm not sure if this is really a debate so much as a personal choice, but I know there are disagreements among experts about whether eating breakfast assists in or inhibits weight loss.
Most of our lives, we've heard that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but there has been some more recent research
on skipping breakfast that makes it sound a little more like fasting. When you fast for a day, your overall calorie intake is lower because you are never able to make up for those calories in the long run. Same with skipping breakfast.
However, for some, breakfast is essential for regulating appetite (and it's definitely important if you're doing a rigorous morning workout). I try to have a 400 calorie or lower breakfast (Ezekiel bread with something spread on top), but I used to skip breakfast, and I don't think I was that much worse for it.
What are your thoughts?