2. Higher Risk Of Type-2 Diabetes
Harvard University School of Public Health conducted a study that aimed to find a correlation between eating habits and health. 46,289 women participated in the research conducted for about six years. The results of the study were amazing. According to the outcome, women who had the habit of avoiding breakfast were at a higher risk of developing Type-2 diabetes, than women who had their daily breakfast.
Even worse, working women who skipped their morning meals had 54% more chances of developing Type 2 diabetes.