An American Journal of Clinical Nutrition study was to examine associations between breakfast omission, eating frequency, snacking, and Type 2 Diabetes risk in 29,206 men over a 16 year period. Men who skipped breakfast had 21% higher risk of T2D than did men who consumed breakfast. Compared with men who ate 3 times per day, men who ate 1–2 times per day had a higher risk of T2D. Additional snacks beyond the 3 main meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) were associated with increased risk, but statistically insignificant. Men...eat your breakfast and 3 squares daily!