Only 47% of people in the U.S. eat breakfast daily.
Study Reported in British Journal of Nutrition:
➤ 40 females in study
➤ study covered two phases (eating breakfast and skipping breakfast)
➤ no effects on physical activity levels either way
➤ they ate more than 350 fewer calories when they skipped breakfast compared with the days when they ate breakfast
This challenges the concept that a large breakfast is needed for optimal health. Although more research is needed, I personally feel better when I skip food until the afternoon.