Po­lice in ‘live-play’ test of counter-ter­ror re­sponse

The Press and Journal (Inverness) - - NEWS -

Skip breakfast and you and your ar­ter­ies could be in poor shape, new re­search sug­gests.

A study in Spain found that peo­ple who reg­u­larly miss the first meal of the day are more at risk of the kind of artery dam­age that leads to heart at­tacks and strokes.

They are also more likely to be obese and suf­fer­ing from high blood pres­sure and choles­terol than those who con­sume a sus­tain­ing breakfast.

Sci­en­tists looked at a group of 4,052 men and women from Madrid, nearly 3% of whom ad­mit­ted they did not bother with breakfast.

A to­tal of 69.4% ate low-en­ergy break­fasts while 27.7% ob­tained more than a fifth of their daily calo­ries in

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