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    Can skipping breakfast increase the risk of type 2 diabetes?

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    Specializing in weight reduction, diabetes and cholesterol management, high blood pressure, GIT disorders - including IBS, coeliac disease, food intolerance and food chemical sensitivity, childhood … View Profile

    A recent study in the “American Journal of Clinical Nutrition,” which followed about 30,000 men found that skipping breakfast is associated with a 21 percent increased risk for developing Type 2 diabetes.

    Breakfast is very important if not the most important meal of the day. By having breakfast, you can actually help lower insulin release and satisfy yourself and your hunger cravings and therefore, combat the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes.

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