Study: Skipping Breakfast Increases Heart Attack Risk

July 24, 2013

Recent research shows that older men who regularly skip breakfast have a 27 percent increased risk of heart attack compared to those who eat a meal in the morning, according to USA Today. The study from the Harvard School of Public Health was based on surveys of 27,000 men and did not ask what type of food was eaten for breakfast. About 13 percent of respondents indicated they routinely skipped breakfast. Full article. 

Photo 40139647 © Yurolaitsalbert |
Market Reach Helpingvendingoperators
Photo 250357078 © Bardushkaphotostock |
Dreamstime Xxl 250357078
Photo 171785838 © Mark Gomez |
Dreamstime Xxl 171785838
All images courtesy of American Vending & Coffee Service
Screen Shot 2023 09 12 At 11 00 03 Am