Eating breakfast may reduce risk of heart disease

Eating breakfast may reduce risk of heart disease
 

According to a new study, people should never avoid regular breakfast in the morning because leaving home with an empty stomach increases the risk of heart diseases, reports the Daily Mail. Study has also shown that refusing to eat something in the morning makes your cholesterol level get higher, leads to obesity and increased fat around the stomach. These are all important factors of heart problems. Besides, without getting any food, blood sugar and insulin levels also increase. Be aware about that because this may be one of the first signs of diabetes.

During the research it was found out that those who avoided regular breakfast in their childhood have kept this habit after they grew up. Although the previous studies have been showing that breakfast have a positive effect to heart, this is the first study reporting the consequences of avoiding this meal for a long time period. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition has published the results indicating that those people, who are in their thirties and have been rarely eating their breakfast in childhood or later, now have slowly developing problems with their heart.

According to scientists, one of the reasons of heart diseases is the tendency to choose sweet food for snacking, avoid exercising and eat too less food containing fiber, vitamins and minerals. However, there has been evidently shown that refusing to eat something for breakfast encourages our body to start accumulating fat. Dietitians say it may also be a clear sign of an unhealthy and chaotic personal life.

It’s an old true that earlier studies have also been revealing the tendency that children, who don’t skip the breakfast, perform better in school. Similarly to them, adults also feel better at work because eating a good breakfast sets the tone for the rest of the day. Whether you work at home, on the farm or at the office, you should choose something like a hard boiled egg, an orange, and a bowl of whole grain cereal with low fat milk.

 

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