Skipping Breakfast Can Cause Heart Disease Risk in Men

skipping breakfast cause heart disease

Men should not leave in the morning without breakfast before activity. In fact, breakfast will guard it against increased heart attack risk, which can be fatal. Breakfast needs to be cultivated as part of men’s lifestyle.

The latest findings of the breakfast and its effect on heart attacks are in the conclusion of a study conducted at Harvard School of Public Health in Boston. In addition to daily breakfast will provide energy, this activity is also known to be effective in reducing the risk of obesity and diabetes.

Meanwhile, researchers in this study involving 27 thousand men aged between 45 to 85 years. They were observed for 16 years. In that period, there was 1,600 known men who suffered a heart attack. From the analysis results obtained by researchers, people who skip breakfast morning 27 percent higher to get a heart attack or died from heart disease compared to men who regularly have breakfast.

“Skipping breakfast can cause one or more risk factors, including obesity, high blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes, which in turn can lead to heart attacks from time to time,” said Dr. Leah E. Cahill, a postdoctoral researcher in the Department of nutrition of the Harvard School of Public Health, as quoted by CBS News.

These risk factors will be relevant to other triggering factors. Such as smoking, not married, drink alcohol, less physically active, to have jobs that are too excessive working hours. The researchers also found people who used to go to bed when it was already midnight more likely has a 55 per cent risk of heart disease.

The study was published in the journal Circulation on July 22 and is the journal of the American Heart Association.


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