The morning may include scrambling to finish homework assignments, missing iPads and grumpy children, but no matter how rushed the routine kids need a healthy breakfast before school.
“Many studies over the years demonstrated that regularly eating breakfast, especially a healthy one, can help kids do better in school,” said registered dietitian Jennifer Glockner, founder of ...
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