Apparently Skipping Breakfast Could Be Bad For Your Heart. What Does that Mean for Intermittent Fasting?
You’ve likely heard the phrase: Breakfast is the most important meal of the day.
And over time, this has continued to consistently ring true. A new study, once again, finds that skipping breakfast can be bad for your heart, resulting in surveyed individuals having a increased risk of mortality from cardiovascular disease. So if you are among the people leveraging intermittent fasting to control your weight, you are likely missing out on an important opportunity to feed your body the nutrients it needs. The key is to try to prioritize this meal even when that means a restricted version of it. For more on this study, pop over to Well+Good.