Sugary foods, such as fruit juices, pastries and breakfast cereals have been linked to skin aging.
A high sugar diet can cause a large number of health complications that can worsen with age.
Other highly processed breakfast foods, such as sausages and breads, have also been linked to poor health outcomes.
A large number of foods and drinks found at breakfast have high levels of sugar.
Fruit juices, even natural ones, are high in sugar.
Breakfast bars, sweetened yoghurts, pastries, and spreadables like jam can be similarly sugary.
Common breakfast meats, including sausages, bacons and hams are high in salt that can aggravate other health issues such as blood pressure.
A study in Science Translational Medicine suggested that high salt levels could disturb the skin and lead to breakouts of eczema.
Many of these foods would fall into the nutritional category of ultra-processed foods.
Ultra-processed foods have been linked to higher rates of a variety of dietary diseases.
A study published in Nutrition Journal indicated that eating these foods is tied to higher risk of heart disease, high blood pressure, obesity, depression, cancer, and irritable bowels syndrome.
Breakfast is an important meal and studies have linked skipping it to negative health outcomes.
This may be because skipping breakfast changes how people approach later meals, either not eating enough to compensate for the lost meal or eating too much at a single time.
Meal skipping has been linked to greater risk of obesity and type 2 diabetes.