WITH all due respect to Tanya Wyatt, I disagree with the fantastic article regarding breakfast ("Busting the myth of breakfast time", March 7). In making the claim that skipping breakfast was a good move to weight loss, forget what scientists, micro-biologists and nutritionists said.
I speak from the "control group" on the ground. The readers (especially the ones who need dis-advice) know, and have proved over and over again, that skipping breakfast means one almost inevitable repercussion: overeating later on and overeating becomes addictive when practiced over a period of time.
I, a regular degree-less bloke on the other hand, would advise the readers to embark on a low-carb (take protein-rich) breakfast, in small portions of course.
Abongile Faxi, Grahamstown