Twenty-six percent of British adults skip breakfast at least four times a week, most often among younger adults ages 18-24, according to Canadean survey

LOS ANGELES , August 26, 2013 () – According to a new survey from Canadean Custom Solutions, 26% of British adults skip breakfast at least four times a week, most often among younger adults ages 18-24, Food Navigator reported Aug. 26.

Among the 18-24 age group, 29% skip breakfast at least four times a week, while 54% skip breakfast at least once a week, the survey said.

Fourty-nine percent of those who skip breakfast said it was because they're not hungry in the morning, while 26% said they don't have time for breakfast and 12% said they want to lose weight.

The primary source of this article is Food Navigator, Montpellier, France, on Aug. 26, 2013.

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