Basically, it recommends a regular and balanced breakfast for all people – with and without diabetes.
Poor breakfast news on World Diabetes Day: epidemiological studies have shown that breakfast maintenance is associated with an increased risk of type 2 diabetes. According to experts, about 20 percent of Germans abstained from the morning meal. In the age group of 18 to 30, there are even half. Among other things, it can reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes, as it is now shown in the study.
Some have to eat something immediately after getting up, others can not eat for several hours in the morning. The assessment of the German Diabetes Center (DDZ) now shows that men and women skip breakfast have a 33 percent higher risk of type 2 diabetes. Findings are published in the current issue of Journal of Nutrition.
However, it was never possible to prove in which context this refers to obesity.
Since obesity and obesity are the main risk factors for type 2 diabetes, the researchers also looked at the body mass index of subjects. You could see that obese people would probably miss breakfast than normal people.
In addition, breakfast talk is discussed with increasing weight.
For this reason, the biggest risk was recorded during the breakfast departure for four to five days a week. Overweight is one of the biggest risk factors for type 2 diabetes, which is often mistakenly called diabetes at the beginning of adults.
In its meta-analysis, a team of scientists summarized data from six different international observational studies. No increase in the risk of the fifth day after the absence of breakfast.
"This correlation is partly due to the impact of obesity, and even after BMI is considered, breakfast breakfast is associated with an increased risk of diabetes," explains Diabetes researcher Schlesinger. Participants who miss their breakfast can usually have less favorable nutrition, for example, consuming snacks and drinks containing calories, being less physically active, or smoking more. However, you can imagine that a healthy lifestyle is associated with a regular intake of breakfast per se. Further research is necessary, says Schlesinger, who, in addition to clarifying mechanisms, also investigated the effect of breakfast breakfast on the risk of diabetes.