blackhawkxx Posted March 2 Share Posted March 2 Skipping breakfast can damage your immune response - study Skipping meals through intermittent or prolonged fasting periods cause certain white blood cells to go dormant. Those skipped meals may do more damage to your bodily functions than previously thought. Researchers have uncovered that diets that involve fasting - prolonged periods without eating or drinking - could be tied to developing cardiovascular diseases and even some cancers. According to a recently published study, skipping breakfast can actually cause more harm than you'd think. This peer-reviewed study was authored by researchers and medical professionals in cardiovascular health at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital, in collaboration with a team from Harvard Medical School. Researchers said that after carrying their study out on mice, they are able to see how skipping meals triggers responses in the brain. Their findings show that skipping meals triggers responses in the immune cells of the brain. Rest of the story here Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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