Do you want better knowledge? Don’t skip breakfast, research results

June 14, 2023 0 Comments

Their analysis pointed to six different patterns of nutrition: evenly distributed; dominant breakfast; dinner-dominant; dinner-dominant; diner; skipping breakfast

Cognitive function was then measured using several different tests, such as word recall, counting backwards, quick math questions, and more.

Based on the obtained data, it seems that an “evenly distributed” way of eating is more beneficial for cognitive functions than an unevenly distributed one. In particular, long-term measures of cognitive function were “significantly lower,” according to the study authors, with an unbalanced diet, especially for those who skipped breakfast.

“Thus,” they write, “maintaining a balanced TPEI has potentially positive effects on cognitive health, whereas skipping breakfast may significantly increase the risk of cognitive decline in middle-aged and older adults.”

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