Breakfast Skippers Should Gradually Increase Morning Protein Intake
Researchers at the University of Missouri Agriculture Experiment Station did a study on young women who habitually skip breakfast and found that when they ate a high-protein breakfast, their metabolic responses were different than women who do habitually eat breakfast. Breakfast skippers experienced poorer control of their glucose throughout the day. High-sustained glucose levels can contribute to poor glycemic control, increasing the risk of Type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
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