Study shows a good breakfast and a reduction of snacking can reduce weight and improve health.
Some of us eat a good breakfast, while others may either have just a cup of coffee or skip it altogether.
A new study being conducted from the Loma Lina University School of Public Health in California just had its findings published in The Journal of Nutrition has found that breakfast is good for us, since it reduces hunger later in the day and may help us lose weight.
They also discussed other eating habits and the effects on our weight.
Check out the article here.
One good breakfast a day keeps weight gain away
By Maria Cohut
Eating a good breakfast and letting go of your snacking habits may provide the key to leading a healthier life and preventing weight gain, a new study shows.
Unhealthy weight gain is a problem that many Americans have to tackle and which state-led programs promoting wholesome dietary habits seek to prevent. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 36.5 percent of adults, and around 17 percent of children in the United States live with obesity.
Excess weight also puts people at an increased risk of developing serious conditions or diseases, including heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and some types of cancer.
Research into nutrition, healthy eating habits, and how our diet impacts our day-to-day lives is conducted on a regular basis, with new discoveries being reported all the time. For instance, an analysis recently covered by Medical News Today suggests that some biomarkers could predict the effectiveness of weight loss diets.