A new Harvard study seems to show that men who skip breakfast are more at risk for heart disease, says Darrin D’Agostino, DO, MPH.
He points out that the men in the study had high-stress jobs, and the study didn’t address whether they ate healthful breakfasts.
But, says D’Agostino, breakfast provides some heart-protective effects, including:
D’Agostino is Chair and Associate Professor of Internal Medicine at the UNT Health Science Center. Hear his interview with KLIF-570 AM radio:
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