12 Strange Heart Disease Risk Factors That May Surprise You

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Skipping Breakfast

It’s time to stop lying to yourself about coffee being a substantial breakfast. Not only does a cup of Joe lack the nutrients you need to get through the day, but research shows that people who eat energy-rich meals in the morning are less likely to develop heart disease.

A 2019 study presented at the American College of Cardiology’s Annual Scientific Session even found that people who eat high-energy breakfasts—meaning that they make up more than 20 percent of their daily caloric intake—are more likely to have cleaner and healthier arteries than those who skip their morning meal.

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