Skipping breakfast may help you loose weight in a healthy way, a new study has revealed.
Researchers at Cornell University conducted two experiments on about 25 participants who routinely ate or skipped breakfast to see how either habit would affect weight gain.
In the first experiment, researchers gave participants either no breakfast, a 335-calorie breakfast high in carbohydrates or a high fibre breakfast measuring 360 calories.
As a contradiction to previous studies, researchers found that neither eating breakfast nor the kind of breakfast eaten had any effect on the participants’ calorie intakes during lunchtime.
The second experiment in the study involved people who ate a large breakfast of more than 624 calories, measuring their caloric intake at other points throughout the day.