Is breakfast important? | Live Science

Ah, breakfast. The best meal of the day – or so they say. But is breakfast really that important? For many of us, breakfast can be a quick slice of toast washed down with a large cup of coffee. Some may just grab a banana or an apple on their way out the door. Others may be in the habit of skipping breakfast altogether.

Our busy lives mean that breakfast may not always be our top priority. It’s a small meal, after all, and many people don’t feel hungry until lunchtime. But what are the health risks of skipping breakfast? Is breakfast important? | Live Science

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