Research performed by the University of Veracruz (UV), in the east coast of Mexico, called Lifestyles Nutrition Students and Risk of Type II Diabetes, showed that the lifestyle choices of young people between 17 and 24 years of age could pose a risk for developing diseases such as diabetes mellitus. Such risk factors include lack of physical activity, mild psychological stress, and skipping breakfast. Mild psychological stress develops due to bad sleeping habits and tension.
Furthermore, the omission of breakfast promotes metabolic stress among students, and according to specialists from the Mexican Diabetes Federation leads the body to believe that no food will be consumed in the short term, adapting to conserve energy and thus creating a gain in weight.
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