Two Breakfasts are Healthier than None Researchers Say


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According to a new study by the Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity, researchers found that teens who didn’t eat breakfast were at higher risks for obesity than those who ate two breakfasts.

This is powerful for schools, as many are working to incorporate healthier foods and reduce sugary drink consumption among students to curb the rising rates of students with diabetes, obesity, and other chronic health risks.

Researchers do not know the case as to why eating two breakfasts rather than none can help, but one theory was that students would not overeat later in the day, according to a recent article.

To read the full study, click here.

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