The idea that eating can be so important How What Can You Eat, a recent study in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology found people who combined two eating habits – skipping breakfast and having a late supper – fare significantly worse after a heart attack. The European Society of Cardiology writes in Medical Xpress that "within 30 days of hospital discharge, these people had a four to five-fold higher chance of death, another heart attack or angina (chest pain) due to heart attack". The study was continued 113 people with a mean age of 60 years; 73% of the participants were men.
The study finds that individuals who prefer the combination of late supper and early breakfast might have other bad habits, such as "smoking and low physical activity," which could also help explain those poor recovery rates. For example, a late dinner may be tied to late work and cause you no hunger in the morning. Someone who gets up and goes to the gym would probably rather have a healthy breakfast.
The study author Dr. Marcos Minicucci from São Paolo State University, Brazil, sticks to the concept of "breakfast is the most important meal of the day" and advises people to treat breakfast like a king … A good breakfast usually consists of a good breakfast of dairy products ( fat-free or low-fat milk, yoghurt and cheese), a carbohydrate (wholemeal bread, bagels, cereals) and whole fruits. It should have 15 to 35% of our total daily calorie intake. "He also recommends at least two hours between dinner and bedtime.