Better breakfast than none

Children who are not eating breakfast at all are more likely to be overweight than those who are having breakfast, but eating twice before lunch, a study concluded.

More than twice!

Previous research has clearly shown that breakfast, ideal weight, and school performance correlate with each other, but some have suggested that those who overdue should Jeanette Ickovics, a researcher at Yale University. Recent results show that schoolchildren who have breakfast at home and at school are healthier.
Ickovich's 12 schools monitored 584 students: each school provided breakfast to its students. Researchers looked at students' breakfast habits and body weight in the 2011/2012 and 2013/2014 years. The results of the study showed that young people who did not have breakfast at all were more likely than those who ate something at home and at school.
Juvenile delinquency is particularly acute in England, where every fifth school is expensive, and in the US, one in three students is obsessive. Childhood obesity is dangerous because there is a greater risk of developing childhood obesity and adulthood, and the risk of diabetes and heart disease is higher.
The research was published in the Pediatrics Obesity page, and the results are experts say that having two breakfasts is a much better decision than not having breakfast at all.
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