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A new study by researchers at the University of Texas suggests that people who skip breakfast are more likely to have a weight problem because they tend to eat more throughout the day.

People who eat breakfast, on the other hand, tend to consistently eat less throughout the rest of the day, and also tend to be healthier eaters because breakfast by its very nature – often consisting of cereal, fruit, dairy, and eggs – also tends to be the healthiest meal of the day.
KC's View:
In other words, Mom was right.



We have to say that from personal experience, this study makes perfect sense. On days when we eat breakfast (usually oatmeal, fruit and coffee at about 5:30 am), we almost always feel better and work smarter. If we skip breakfast, it just starts the day off wrong.