Thursday, February 2, 2017

For the sake of your heart, Do not Miss Breakfast

Consistent breakfast may reduce your chances of having a heart attack, stroke, or other diseases. In addition, the risk of obesity, high blood pressure, cholesterol, blood glucose levels, and insulin resistance can be increased depending on the time and frequency of your meal. These factors have an impact on heart health.

A recent report in the journal Circulation reveals that the risk of the emergence of cardiovascular disease can be reduced if you set the consumption of snacks without skipping breakfast.

Medical Xpress had previously reported that people who perform a daily breakfast kemungkinanya experienced lower high cholesterol and high blood pressure.

"We recommend that you plan well what you eat and fight emotional eating. Many people find that emotions can trigger you eat even if not hungry. This is what often causes a person to eat too many calories and low in nutrition," says researcher Marie-Pierre St- Onge, PhD, as reported by Medical Xpress.

Mealtimes have a direct effect on the body's internal clock, which can alter the metabolism and make it easier to gain weight.

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