Home Health Here is an another reason to say no to “No Breakfast”

Here is an another reason to say no to “No Breakfast”

Skipping a breakfast is associated with several bad effects, it could have negative effects on blood sugar and insulin, it could also negatively effects on appetite-regulating hormones. 

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Here is an another new reason for not to skip the breakfast. There are so many studies had been published which showed that having a routine breakfast contributes numbers of health problems.

Here is an another reason to say no to "No Breakfast"

A new study suggests that adults who routinely ignored one of the most important meals of the day, breakfast are more likely to develop clogged heart arteries as compared to those middle-aged adults who have a big meal as in a breakfast.

The new finding links the breakfast to better heart health. According to the study, those who have breakfast, especially the hearty breakfast have the lower risk to harbor plaques in their heart arteries.

Plaques cause heart arteries narrow and harden, in medical term, the condition is called atherosclerosis which can lead a person to stroke, heart attack and other heart issues. Plaques are basically a deposit of fat, calcium and other substance that grow up in the heart arteries.

However, the new study does not directly link skipping breakfast to complication in arteries. The study does not have evidence that skipping breakfast harms arteries in a direct way.

Jose Penalvo, of Tufts University’s Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy in Boston and senior researcher of the study, said, “It’s not that you skip breakfast, you get plaques.”

The breakfast could contribute to the risk of atherosclerosis due to several reasons, he added. Penalvo said, skipping a breakfast is a part of a “cluster” of bad habits for many people.

Skipping a breakfast is associated with several bad effects, it could have negative effects on blood sugar and insulin, it could also negatively effects on appetite-regulating hormones.

The previous studies have shown that people who routinely have breakfast are less likely to have heart disease and diabetes. Such people have a lower risk to be obese with diabetes and heart complications.

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