New Study Gives Another Reason for Eating Breakfast
Missing that first meal of the day could lead you to eating more and making less healthy food choices later in the day. Video by fox47news.comvideo
Missing that first meal of the day could lead to you eating more and making less healthy food choices during the day.
Brain scans were conducted when participants hadn't eaten anything that morning, and on days they had eaten.
The research team concluded fasting is not a good dieting strategy, as it may cause the brain to seek out high-calorie foods.
Yet another reason for the popular adage, "Breakfast is the most important meal of the day."