Mom constantly nagged at us kids about having breakfast before we left the house for school, reminding us that it's the most important meal of the day. It didn't matter if it was toast and orange juice, or cereal, or something more substantial, there was always something on the breakfast table for us, and it did make a difference in how we met the rest of the day. I know I felt more alive, alert and awake.
A study published in the March issue of Pediatrics magazine shows that kids who skip breakfast are at higher risk of obesity, and the kids who did have a healthy breakfast daily were more physically active.
Read the article on MSN: http://health.msn.com/kids-health/articlepage.aspx?cp-documentid=100196750>1=31036
Has anyone found a way to get their teen to eat breakfast?
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