A recent study found that teenagers who don’t eat a good breakfast are more likely to be obese and have high blood sugar in adulthood. Statistical analysis showed that teens with poor breakfast habits were 69% more likely to be obese and have high fasting glucose in their 40s than their peers who ate a good breakfast.
A “good breakfast” should include protein, healthy fat and a source of carbohydrates like fruit or vegetables or minimally processed grain.
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