For years we all listened to Kellogg's Tony the Tiger tell us that if we eat a better breakfast we'll feel better all day. The new version might be, eat a better breakfast and be more fertile. Researchers at Hebrew University in Jerusalem looked at women with infertility and polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) and found that women who consumed more of their daily calories at breakfast had better hormone levels, improved insulin resistance and were more likely to ovulate. Does that mean that eating more will help improve fertility? No, but it does mean there is connection between what and when you eat and your hormones, and ultimately your fertility as well. Click here for more on the story.