Is breakfast that important?

Is breakfast really the most important meal of the day?

We know it’s often skipped, should we be worried?

Skipping breakfast may increase coronary heart disease risk 

HSPH (Harvard) researchers found that men who regularly skipped breakfast had a 27% higher risk of heart attack or death from coronary heart disease
You can’t run on empty 

(WebMD) shows that Lacked of food and activity for long periods may lead to semi-starvation potentially crating physical, intellectual, and behavioural problems for them. This includes consuming foods low on nutrients as a substitute.
Effect of low breakfast composition on cognitive processes

This particularly stands out with children of schooling age. Over eating at times can be just as detrimental. No vital nutrients equals minimal performance.

It can lead unusual weight gain and potentially diabetes

Without breakfast: Your body enters into a prolonged fasting state. It starts to believe that you won’t be eating any time soon. When you finally eat lunch, your body stores it as fat because it thinks, “I’d better save this for later. I don’t know when the next meal will come.”