Breakfast is an important meal of the day. Also with regard to the prevention of cardiovascular diseases, as reported in the study coordinated by Dr. Leah E. Cahill, a researcher at the Harvard School of Public Health. Skipping it would be tantamount to an obvious raise the percentage of risk of heart attack or other diseases related to the bloodstream.
The study involving around 27,000 males aged between 45 and 82 years, whose eating habits were analyzed during the year 1992. In the following 16 years the subjects were monitored for health status and the possibility of developing cardiovascular disease. The result is that those most at risk would be the professionals in career jumping systematically breakfast.
Once excluded the possible effects of smoke, alcohol, poor diet or illnesses such as diabetes and hypertension, the researchers estimated the possible increased risk derived from skipping breakfast to 27%. The same, however, scholars have ruled we can deal with a direct cause-effect relationship.
In the researchers’ findings it will be highlighted as the possible relationship between the habit of skipping breakfast and the development of diseases such as heart attack or disturbance to the bloodstream is represented by the possible implications throughout the day. Who jumps on a regular basis then the small morning meal tend to eat more during the following meals and with a higher caloric intake. To this we then add the unhealthy trend to heavier and more numerous meals in the evening hours.
The breakfast is confirmed then a very important meal of the day should not be underestimated. Important are also the choice of foods consumed, preferring biscuits and white bread and avoiding excessive intake of sugar or the exclusive use of a simple coffee. Well even resort to fruit, finally remembering to take all the time needed to consume all in tranquility.