Children’s breakfast

Recent studies reveal that 8% of children skip breakfast. Alarmingly enough, this percentage tends to increase, as they grow older. This issue must be addressed as breakfast represents 25% of the daily caloric intake. Nutritionists point out that even though we sleep and rest our bodies at night, the body remains active as a result of respiration and blood flow. This explains the need to regain energy and strength the next morning. Therefore, children must eat a substantial meal each morning; they must eat it calmly, allowing them to fulfill the body’s nutritional needs. Otherwise, children at school could face learning difficulties, such as: lose concentration, unable to follow the pace, and eventually fall asleep during class.

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