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The Surprising Truth About Skipping Breakfast

The Surprising Truth About Skipping Breakfast

Is breakfast really the most important meal in the day? Here’s what a recent scientific study has to say about the never-ending breakfast debate.

Is it okay to skip breakfast, or is it really the most important meal of the day? A recent scientific study takes a look into the never-ending breakfast debate to find a few facts that may surprise you.

The recent study found that breakfast skippers consume more added sugar, carbohydrates, and fat, and fewer vitamins and minerals than people who eat breakfast. If you skip breakfast, then you are more likely to reduce the consumption of important nutrients, including fiber, iron, vitamin D, potassium, and calcium, in other meals of the day.

When people fail to incorporate these nutrients into their diet, they can begin to crave unhealthy, processed foods. Eating breakfast helps to reduce these cravings and allows you to obtain the energy needed to improve focus, boost brain function, and enhance mood. There is supporting evidence that eating breakfast can reduce the nutritional deficiencies and gaps associated with long-term health.

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