Obese women who skipped breakfast showed greater glucose total AUC and had higher levels of pre-lunch free fatty acids compared with those who ate breakfast, according to a study presented at The Endocrine Society meeting. Insulin resistance from skipping breakfast could increase the risk of developing type 2 diabetes, the lead researcher said.
Skipping breakfast may raise diabetes risk in obese women
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