Lower BMI seen in children who ate cereal for breakfast

04/9/2013 | Reuters

Low-income children who ate cereal for breakfast consumed more vitamins, calories and sugar, but had a lower BMI, compared with those who either ate other items or did not have breakfast at all, a study revealed. The findings suggest that boosting children's access to breakfast cereal may help stem obesity, researchers said.

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