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-- -- skipping breakfast might be risky -- new study published in the journal circulation showing that men who do not have the most important meal of the day.
Have a 27%.
Higher risk of having a heart attack.
Or dying from court -- heart disease.
Compared to men who do not eat breakfast.
With me now doctor Stephen -- of the Methodist Hospital -- good morning good morning -- Cecilia.
What do you think about this and and -- -- -- -- -- -- I do every day what -- me you know.
Make -- headaches.
I'm idyllic it's interesting because they didn't look at what you we'd be just -- did you -- that's intended to do -- 220 some percent less risk of dying from cancer heart defects.
OK so the study said by the that they they looked it.
What you read in the morning right because there's an internal clock that regulates the body's function -- is it.
Thank you can't mess -- mother nature when detector plane trip to another country good -- right.
Well when you -- The body supposed to eat breakfast lunch and -- of a story we evolved when his skip one of the meals of fools the organs of the body.
And the pancreas and the hard and the liberal.
Or -- right there and a lot of tension and they begin to malfunction of the minions I see so why did -- not look at what you hate that would seem to me like it's and important item here I think to -- I think they missed the boat on that another -- the twenty some thousand men of the previous -- this wasn't a study of course and effective and to say good guys and breakfast for the gonna -- heart -- This was looking at how many people.
That any breakfast cut heart attacks so was slightly differ from cause and effects -- have control they didn't know what the people late because they looked at all the studies a does that mean the city is it is better or is not or I think of how does that -- its -- it limits the study.
Romney also found another interesting things you get up at -- sometimes if they're going to sleep and you wanna eat and you have a 55% increased risk of having a heart attack or these things tend to show.
Don't fool with mother nature -- when you suppose the breakfast lunch and dinner eat in moderation.
You have been talking this way for some time.
Yeah republic did you think that this was related heart disease because that's what they apparently.
We into the heart disease comes -- -- skip breakfast your -- you tend to be more obese intent of high blood pressure and you tend to have.
-- increased cholesterol some visual things which lead to heart attacks common sense -- a couple of things that lead to heart attacks -- gonna have.
More heart attacks so 47 thousand's a pretty big sample well.
Over a sixteen year period.
That's a pretty good about it time I think it's a bit -- you have just you know take notice it's -- something.
If you're skipping breakfast.
And it looked at who who skip breakfast.
All the people with those who don't work out those who were drink a lot of -- -- those who don't smoke those -- unmarried.
And those who -- some more full time jobs so it's described a lot of people but people who you tend to put in an unhealthy category right to smoke to drink -- and unhealthy category.
Those -- the people attended to skip breakfast.
Is the fact that they're on helping to begin with.
Leading them to more heart attacks was skipping breakfast -- detects and other things left open in the study that we don't know.
So again when you have some new -- I would go crazy you're not hungry -- -- him -- for breakfast you know and -- moderation.
And goaded them the best way to achieve this is probably four meals a day breakfast lunch dinner and -- -- about it and I all the moderation okay thank you doctor.
They've been warned conceiving Garth had so much to see -- breakfast figure big.
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