Breakfast studies send conflicting messages to consumers

07/26/2013 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

A Cornell University study that found skipping breakfast might be a good diet option because it leads to lower calorie consumption was released this week, days after another report said skipping breakfast may increase the risk of heart disease. Cornell professor and study author David Levitsky said he is very concerned that nutrition experts are putting out contradictory dietary messages, but added that a deeper analysis of both studies may show there is no conflict at all.

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