To describe, the magazine’s article director, Pam O’Brien has began forcing herself to eat breakfast a few years ago and has felt much better since.She says,
“So many of us skip breakfast because we’re busy and just grab a cup of coffee. It’s one of the worst things you can do. People that eat high-fiber cereals respond better to insulin.”
While the exact cause is still unknown, the American Diabetes Association, (ADA) points to studies that have concluded genetics and lifestyle factors such as obesity and lack of exercise appear to be linked to the disease.
To conclude, while Fitness magazine targets women, the nine risks also affect men.