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It’s so difficult to leave the cozy warmth of bed and so tempting to sleep for an extra 20 minutes when it is cold outside. However, recent research strongly advises against hitting the snooze button in lieu of breakfast.
Several research studies over the years have highlighted the benefits of having a big, healthy breakfast. According to the American Dietetic Association, children who have wholesome breakfasts demonstrate better concentration, problem-solving skills and eye-hand coordination in the classroom and on the playground. Continue reading