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Can’t stand eating in the a.m.? You might want to give breakfast a second thought.
A recent research analysis from the American Heart Association shows regular breakfast eaters have a lower risk of heart disease, while the 20–30% of us who regularly skip it are more likely to be obese, have an increased risk of diabetes, and maintain a more unhealthy diet.
A healthy breakfast not only helps reduce glucose intolerance, it sets you up to eat better all day long.