3. The absence of breakfast doesn’t lead to health issues.
In 1944, a company that produces breakfast foods called, General Foods, started an aggressive PR-campaign. In order to increase the sales of their cereals, stores gave clients leaflets telling them how important breakfast is and on the radio and you could hear words like, “Nutritionists claim that breakfast is the most important meal of the day.” So, cereal is still the most popular breakfast food and different experts continue to say that everyone should have breakfast. But medical research has shown that skipping breakfast doesn’t lead to health issues and has no effect on losing or gaining weight. This message is actually just a myth.