Breakfast is most important in day to day life. If we avoid breakfast our good health also skip into a bad condition.
Researchers found that men who regularly skipped breakfast had a 27 per cent higher risk of heart attack or death from coronary heart disease than those who did eat a morning meal.
Non-breakfast eaters were generally hungrier later in the day and ate more food at night, perhaps leading to metabolic changes and heart disease.
“It’s a really simple message. Breakfast is an important meal,“ says senior author Eric Rimm, associate professor of epidemiology and nutrition at HSPH.