If you leave the house in a hurry every morning, neglecting to eat your breakfast, it might be time to rethink your morning routine.
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What You Eat and When
Choosing what to eat is an important part of your day. The choices you make day in and day out comprise your eating pattern, and studies show that eating patterns can have a significant impact on health. If you’re accustomed to eating most of your meals
One of the biggest challenges many people face when they find out they have diabetes is figuring out what they can eat and when. Fortunately, healthy eating when you have type 1 or type 2 diabetes (or prediabetes) isn’t substantially different from how we all should eat. Diabetes-friendly meals feature
Research Roundup: Breakfast & Heart Disease Risk in Men; Almonds & Weight Gain; Coffee & Endometrial Cancer Risk
Men who skip breakfast increase heart disease risk
The risk of heart attack or death from coronary heart disease was 27 percent higher in men who did not eat breakfast, according to a 16-year study of more than 27,000 male health professionals. Skipping breakfast may lead to risk factors, such as
Our bodies, as many say, are like cars; they need the right kind of fuel to run well. That means an energy diet that provides the proper vitamins, minerals, and nutrients to keep your strength steady throughout the day.
You may already adhere to a high-energy diet. But if you find
Breakfast has always been seen as necessary to jumpstart your metabolism and fuel your daily activities. Previous research has promoted the fact that breakfast eaters tend to lose more weight and keep it off compared to people who skip the first meal of the day. But two recent studies published
You’ve heard the saying that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. This is based in part on studies showing that breakfast can help jumpstart your metabolism for the day and on studies that have demonstrated an association between skipping breakfast and being overweight. As you fast overnight,
Although breakfast is often viewed as the most important meal of the day, nearly 20 percent of adults in the U.S. don’t eat it. Studies suggest skipping breakfast may increase risk of chronic disease, including heart disease and type 2 diabetes. In contrast, other studies have linked regularly eating breakfast
Sodium’s Effects May Build Up Over Time
Even a small difference in dietary salt consumption among people who do not have hypertension may result in critical differences in blood pressure after several years, according to a recent study. The study (Journal of the American Heart Association, July 29, 2015) followed 4,523
Whether it’s on a long car drive or a marathon session at the office, most of us need an energy boost from time to time. Many people turn to super-caffeinated beverages to get them through the task at hand.
Although the stimulant caffeine is generally regarded as safe—it has been