This article presents conclusions after a 16-year follow up with 26, 902 American men age 45-82 for 16 years through the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study. The study concludes that eating breakfast was associated with significantly lower coronary heart disease risk in this cohort of male health professionals.
Authors: Leah E Cahill, Rania A Mekary, Majken K Jensen, Alan J Flint, Frank B Hu & Eric B Rimm
Published By: Circulation Journal of the American Heart Association
Publication Date: May, 2013
Contact: Leah E Cahill, email@example.com