For decades, health professionals have forgotten to talk about the importance of breakfast and warn those who are trying to keep their weight out of their meal, but a new study led by Australian researchers found that those who do not use breakfast are consuming an average of 260 calories a day.
A study published in the British Medical Journal revealed that those who eat breakfast eat more calories than those who miss a meal and get overweight.
Previous studies show that eating breakfast stimulates metabolism and can help dieters stop eating too much later.
"In fact, research shows that people who regularly eat breakfast are likely to lose weight," warned the UK National Health Service. However, the new study shows that there is no significant difference in metabolic rate between carnivores and others, suggesting that there is no evidence that eating breakfast can help with weight loss because "effective" burns calories at the beginning of the day. .