For decades, health experts have neglected to talk about the importance of breakfast and warn those who are trying to keep their weight in the loss of food. A new study by Australian researchers, however, found that those who eat breakfast consume an average of 260 calories a day.
A study, published in a British medical journal, found that those who eat breakfast eat more calories than those who lack food and end up being overweight.
Previous studies suggest that eating breakfast stimulates metabolism and can help dieters stop eating too much later in the day.
"In fact, research shows that people who eat breakfast regularly are less likely to gain weight," warned the UK National Health Service. But the new study suggests otherwise and found that there is no significant difference in the rate of metabolism between predators and others, suggesting that there is no evidence that breakfast can help weight loss due to calorie burning "effectively" early in the day.