Unhealthy breakfast habits in adolescence may pose metabolic risks later in life

01/30/2014 | DailyRx.com

Swedish researchers followed 889 16-year-olds and found that those who had poor breakfast habits were 68% more likely than others to develop metabolic syndrome by age 43. Unhealthy eating habits in the mornings during adolescence also were linked to a higher risk of having large waistlines and elevated blood glucose at age 43, according to the study in the journal Public Health Nutrition.

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