Is Facebook making us fat?

Researchers claim that people who miss breakfast not only eat more for lunch but also crave fatty and sugary foods, putting them at risk of gaining rather than losing weight.

And according to the latest study, nearly four in 10 women are at risk of gaining weight because they regularly skip breakfast to catch up on social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter or to catch up on emails.

The pressures of modern life mean just 63 per cent of women usually have breakfast at home these days, with many admitting they would rather log on to the internet than grab an early morning bite to eat.

Almost one in three adults checks emails in the morning, while nearly a quarter log on to Facebook and Twitter to keep up with friends, leaving them short of time to eat at home.

Read more via Is Facebook making us fat? Brits skip breakfast to surf social network sites | Mail Online.

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2 Responses to Is Facebook making us fat?

  1. Daniel Moore says:

    im leaving facebook because its like its taking control of all that i say and do. LIKE the fricken government tnanks.

  2. Daniel Moore says:

    face book youre just like the government to big and fat

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