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Fast Breaks
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According to researchers from the University of Massachusetts and the University of South Carolina, if you’re among those who skip breakfast, you’re enjoying a 4.5 times greater risk of becoming obese than people who regularly partake of that vital morning meal. Breakfast skippers end up consuming higher total daily calories than those who spend a few quality moments with their favorite sugar-free cereal.
The studies also revealed that frequently eating out in the morning generates more than twice the risk of obesity than dining at home. Researchers recommend that you break your fast each day at your own kitchen table.

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