Youth who eat a poor breakfast are at higher risk for metabolic syndrome in adulthood.
A new study from Sweden adds more evidence to the importance of a healthy breakfast. Researchers surveyed 889 adolescents's breakfast habits and then checked their health 27 years later. They found that youth who missed breakfast or ate a nutritionally deficient breakfast were 68% more likely to have metabolic syndrome than students who ate a hearty, healthy breakfast.
PositiveTip: Eat a healthy breakfast every day and you may prevent cardiovascular health risks later.