No matter what is on the menu, research shows that breakfast is still a very important meal. According to Archives of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine, researchers found that children who eat breakfast perform better academically and also behave better.
Children who ate breakfast functioned intellectually at almost a grade level higher than those who did not, and were less likely to fall asleep at their desks or disrupt class because of hunger. The same goes for adults. Eating breakfast improves the ability to concentrate, reduces the risk of heart disease, improves weight control, and increases strength and energy. Generally, health professionals recommend that we eat a healthy breakfast consisting of protein, whole grains, and fruits that totals about one-third of our daily caloric intake.
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