Breakfast and Heart Attacks


It is the same with our
body.

To “sicken” the plot, a
study just came out: “Prospective study of breakfast eating and incident
coronary heart disease in a cohort of male US health professionals. J. Circulation 2013;
DOI:10.1161/CIRCULATIONAHA.113.001474. Available at: http://circ.ahajournals.org/. It
documents that there is a 27% higher risk of heart attacks and early mortality
from heart issues.

Do not eat a bowl of Captain
Crunch as a token effort. Think about fruit, which you may eat in the car, or
bus. Better yet, consider warming up leftovers from dinner (hope it is
healthy.) If you are going to eat cereal, make it whole grain with no added
sugar, but fruit. In my opinion, the best is what I do: steam a lot of veggies
and lean meats once or twice a month some evening. Store most of it in the
freezer and some in the refrigerator. In the morning, before letting the dog
out, getting the paper and waking up everyone, throw all that in the frying pan
with paprika, tarragon, Bragg’s amino acids, pepper, pesto, garlic, etc., and while
you take a shower the food is warming up. So, you would not be cooking at all.

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