Skipping breakfast may up obesity and diabetes risk
Skipping breakfast on continuous basis will not just increase the risk of obesity, but also the diabetes, finds a research.
We see many people around us skipping breakfasts for various reasons. Some find no time at all for breakfast, some don’t have interest to eat, and others just starve themselves to cut calories.
Whatever the reason, it’s now proved that skipping breakfasts put you at the risk of diabetes and obesity.
A recently conducted research on this found people who have their breakfast 6 or more days in a week are 34% less likely to develop type 2 diabetes, 43% less likely to become overweight, and interestingly 40% less likely to develop belly fat.
This research was conducted on over 5000 men and women, who weren’t obese or had type 2 diabetes at the beginning of the research.
Breakfast has a strong impact on the overall health of an individual and good breakfast diet that’s rich in fruits, vegetables, whole grains and leafy vegetables helps people stay healthy and away from the diseases.