Healthy Tip of the Week: How Food Can Help Your Children Concentrate!

POSTED BY nutritionallyfit | Apr, 27, 2015 |


Children who eat breakfast perform better in school than breakfast skippers. Breakfast eaters have more energy, greater concentration and perform better on school tests than kids who skip breakfast. A child’s overall nutrition improves when they eat breakfast. Children who eat breakfast are less likely to overeat or snack on fatty, sugary foods.

A balanced breakfast is the key to supplying your child’s body with the fuel it needs to keep going throughout the day. A combination of protein and carbohydrates help maintain the blood sugar and ward off hunger.

Some healthy breakfast ideas are, a mini bagel with a hard-boiled egg and orange juice, or low fat yogurt with berries and whole grain cereal with low fat milk and a sliced banana.

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