Health: 5 big negative effects of skipping Meals

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Intermittent fasting may be healthy, and occasional meal skipping is unlikely to hurt. However, missing meals and not fulfilling dietary demands might cause health issues over time

Imbalanced blood sugar: Skipping meals, especially breakfast, might affect blood sugar. Long-term fasting lowers blood sugar.

Nutritional Deficit: Skipping meals deprives your body of vital nutrients. Nutritional deficits may cause immune system weakness, bone health concerns, and organ dysfunction over

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Slower Metabolism: Disruptive eating habits like skipping meals impede metabolism. When food is scarce, the body enters "starvation mode," reducing metabolism to preserve energy.

Muscle loss: Skip meals and your body may break down muscle for energy. This may cause muscular loss, weakness, and poor performance.

Higher Overeating Risk: Missing meals may cause severe hunger later in the day, leading to overeating or unwise dietary choices. This irregular eating might cause weight gain.

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