As we know, breakfast is brain food. Skipping out the morning meal has been found to increase coronary heart disease risk, reveals a 16 year- long study published in the American Heart Association Journal Circulation.
Men , who skip breakfast have a 27% higher risk of heart attack or death from coronary heart disease than those who don’t. Also this study reveals that those who don’t eat breakfast were younger than those who did, and more likely to be smokers, employed full time, unmarried, less physically active and drunk more alcohol.
Skipping breakfast may lead to obesity, high blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes, which may lead to a heart attack over time. Men, who reported eating late at night, had a 55% higher coronary heart disease risk than those who didn’t.
Men who reported eating breakfast, ate one more time per day than those who skipped breakfast, implying that those who abstained from breakfast were not eating additional make-up meals later in the day.