A morning meal helps you eat better through the day
Monday, March 17, 2003 (HealthDayNews) -- Does your diet include skipping breakfast? If so, you may want to revise your regimen.
Among the people on the Weight Control Registry, only four percent of the 3,000 Americans who have lost a minimum of 30 pounds and kept them off for at least a year say they regularly skip breakfast, according to Tufts University.
Nutrition experts say that eating a nutritious breakfast is likely to get your day started right, motivating you to exercise and making you less likely to snack on high-calorie foods.