A new study surveyed more than 4,000 adults ages 40 to 54 about their breakfast habits and then checked them for heart attack risk factors. The researchers found that people who eat a large percentage of their total daily calories for breakfast have the fewest heart attack risk factors, while those who skip breakfast are more likely to have plaques in their arteries and other heart attack risk factors.
— Read on www.drmirkin.com/heart/breakfast-skippers-have-more-plaques.html
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Breakfast, as readers of my My Day Ahead posts, is one of my fav things of the day! 😊
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