Scientists presenting a new study at a conference this week suggest the reason skipping breakfast makes high calorie food more appealing later in the day is because our brain circuits may be primed toward seeking it when fasting.

    Lead author of the study, Tony Goldstone of Imperial College London in the UK, and colleagues, compared people's MRI brain scans and their eating patterns, both after breakfast and when they skipped it.

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