By: Rachel Bonachea
Mornings are the ideal time to "break the fast" and provide children with important nutrients to nourish and fuel them for success! In this episode of Ask a Nutritionist, Maureeen Bligh, RDN, addresses why kids should eat breakfast.
Examining the advantages of consuming breakfast and the risks inherent with skipping breakfast, Bligh leans on recent studies to qualify her recommendations. Bligh also shares her personal experiences as a mother trying to balance breakfast during hectic mornings.
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