Skiping breakfast and having dinner just before bedtime could be a deadly decision, especially for those who have already had a heart attack, this week.
Those who skip breakfast and have late supper are four to five times more likely to die of "[early] another heart attack or angina (chest pain) within 30 days of hospital discharge for heart attack," the authors said Study published Thursday in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology. 19659003] BLOOD PRESSURE MEDICATION EXPANDS ABOUT POSSIBILITIES FOR CANCER THAT
To reach this conclusion, researchers focused on those who had a "very severe" heart attack known as ST segment elevation myocardial infarction or STEMI is known after the study. The researchers then surveyed the 1
The breakfast, defined by the authors of the study, meant that the patient had no food before noon – excluding coffee and water – at least three times a week. A late supper defined having a meal at least three times a week within two hours of bedtime.
"People who work too late may be particularly susceptible to a late dinner and then not be hungry in the morning."
In the end, nearly 60 percent of the researchers had gone out of breakfast, around 50 percent were late for late dinners, and 41 percent followed both eating habits.
"Our Research It shows that the two eating habits are independently associated with worse outcomes after a heart attack, but worsening a group of bad habits will only make things worse," said Marcos Minicucci of São Paulo University Brazil and the author of the study.  "People who work late may be particularly vulnerable to a late dinner and then not hungry in the morning," he added, adding, "One in ten STEMI patients dies within a year and the diet is relatively inex one thoughtful and easy way to improve the prognosis. "
NEW YORK MAN WITH MEASLES INFECT INFECT 39 PEOPLE WITH DISEASE  Although the study focuses on the side effects that affect the breakfast and the late eating of STEMI patients former habit is not uncommon, even among the healthy population, and it was found in a 2011 poll of the NPD Group that 31 million Americans miss out on breakfast daily, and many who took part in the survey said that time constraints exist who run too late and are too busy among other answers reasons that what many doctors say are the most important te meal of the day is.
"It is said" The best way to live is to eat like a king, "said Minicucci. "A good breakfast usually consists of dairy products (fat-free or low-fat milk, yoghurt and cheese), a carbohydrate (wholegrain bread, bagels, cereals and whole fruits." Ideally, breakfast per minicucci should account for about 15 to 35 percent of a person's total daily caloric intake .