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Kids Health: Back to School Breakfast

For years, there has been a lively debate whether you should take a few extra minutes in the morning to have breakfast. With a recent study concluding that 44 percent of Americans eat breakfast (despite 93 percent believing that old adage “Breakfast is the most important meal of the day”), the big question remains: why do we skip breakfast so often?

In the United States, the most likely culprit is lack of time. Many Americans are more focused on getting from point a to point b in their morning routine that they often cut out certain steps—including breakfast—to get there faster. However, you don’t have to slow down to make sure that you enjoy a healthy breakfast! Here are a few things to keep in mind (and a few recipes!) to make your mornings more healthy and delicious!

1. Don’t just stick to one food group!

One of the most common things that you see at breakfast is people reaching for sweet things—cereal, muffins, donuts, and the like. However, these foods highlight one of the easiest …

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