2. Meal skippers get fatter over time. When the skipped meal is breakfast, fat storage is accelerated.
3. The more we eat later in the day, or the later we eat in the day, the more likely it is that our meal will be converted to fat instead of muscle.
4. Other than an increased risk of diabetes and metabolic syndrome, breakfast skippers also have a 27% higher risk of coronary heart disease.
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