"The men who said they skipped breakfast tended to be younger, single, smokers, who worked full time, did not do much exercise and drank more alcohol.
The researchers also found when they adjusted the results to take out the effect of body mass index, high blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes, the links between skipping breakfast and higher risk for heart attack or death from coronary heart disease became much weaker: they were no longer statistically significant."
In my case the case is irrelevant since I am not overweight, have normal blood, do not have diabetes or high cholesterol, have normal blood pressure (low for my age) do not drink alcohol and exercise regularly.
Also the study says that eating late at night is a risk factor which is associated with skipping breakfast, however I do not eat late at night.
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Oct 27, 2013, 11:49 PM #16Senior Member
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