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A new 10-year follow-up study of nearly 7,000 men and women in California showed that skipping breakfast is among seven health risks that increase your chances of an early death. The study, by the University of California at Los Angeles Center for Health Sciences, found that death rates were 40% higher for men and 28% higher for women who “rarely or sometimes” ate breakfast, compared with those who ate breakfast “almost every day.”
A previous 10-year study conducted by the University of Iowa Medical College showed that eating a nutritious breakfast was associated with better physical and mental performance among children and adults.
In particular, the study revealed that those who ate breakfast were more productive during the late morning. They also had a faster reaction time (which may mean fewer accidents) and a less muscular fatigue than those who skipped breakfast. Children who had no breakfast were more likely to be listless and have trouble concentrating.
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