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Does eating breakfast affect our mood ?

Hi!! How does eating breakfast affect your mood?
Thu, 29 Dec 2011
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Hi,normally break fast is considered to the most important meal of the day.After over night fasting your energy levels and glucose levels go down and some times in some cases alteration of mood like irritability is seen.bye and take care.
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