The results of the study are published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology. According to the Science Direct website, between 1988 and 1996, the National Health and Nutrition Survey in the United States was conducted with a total of 6500 people.
In the survey, 5.1% of respondents said they did not eat, and 59% said they had breakfast every day. On 31 December 2011, Dr. Vai Bao, head of the study, explored the causes of the deaths of those who have lost their lives.
Dr. Bao found a strong connection between the snap and breakfast. Especially the loss of life for those who do not have breakfast is defined as 19%; its loss of life is 87% due to heart disease. Bao added other factors such as smoking and the severity of these opportunities.
The link between breakfast and heart disease is not yet known. However, it is known that starvation increases blood pressure and is a risk of heart disease. It can be said that skipping breakfast can also increase the levels of bad cholesterol, which has a negative effect on cardiovascular disease.
According to another study published by the American College of Cardiology in 2017, it is reported that those who missed breakfast are twice as high as those who had a high calorie breakfast.