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DOES YOUR CHILD OR ADOLESCENT SKIP THE MOST IMPORTANT MEAL OF THE DAY?

Children who eat breakfast are generally in better health overall, a fact that may be attributed to the types of foods associted with the morning meal. Breakfast is an opportunity to feed bone-building calcium and vitamin D. Foods including eggs, fortified low or no added sugar breakfast cereals, milk, yogurt, even some tuna on bagel. Research study after study shows

that kids who eat breakfast function better. They do better in school, have better concentration and more energy. Need to feed your child a balanced nutritious breakfast?...Our kid-friendly dietitians can  provide you with customized individual breakfast meal plans and nutrition education. 

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