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Thursday, April 19, 2012

Can eating breakfast every day cut the risk of diabetes?

By Jessica J. Bates

We have all hear the saying; breakfast is the most important meal of the day. And now, thanks to an investigation carried out by the Harvard School of Public Medicine in the United States, this saying has never been truer. Over the last 16 years, researchers have been studying the link between men, eating breakfast and diabetes, with some perhaps surprising results.

This study, which was published by the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, has revealed that men who regularly skip eating breakfast increase their risk of developing diabetes by as much as 21% when compared with men who regularly eat breakfast first thing in the morning. These new findings support previous research which also suggested that eating breakfast is crucial to maintaining good health.

The study - which looked into various aspects of men's health - involved monitoring 29,206 men (free from type 2 diabetes, cancer and cardiovascular disease) and their eating habits over 16 years. The results show a strong correlation between skipping breakfast and developing diabetes. The results also show that even men who enjoy a healthy, balanced diet and who remained a healthy weight are still at risk of developing diabetes if they regularly miss out on eating brekkie.

But why exactly is this risk increased? There are two important reasons, the first being that eating breakfast first thing in the morning helps to get the metabolism going, breaking down dangerous cholesterol such as low-density lipoprotein and LDL. The second reason is because those who do not eat breakfast are much more likely to snack on an unhealthy (salty or sugary) snack which plays havoc on the man's blood sugar level.

Although this research was only carried out on men, scientists believe that a similar link between women missing out of breakfast and developing diabetes may also be found. However, because men are more prone to type 2 diabetes because they tend to store fat around their vital organs (unlike women whose fat is stored in areas such as the thighs), studies into women's eating patterns and diabetes may offer slightly different conclusions.

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