Brain food for breakfast helps children at school

11/1/2011 | WTHR-TV (Indianapolis)

Skipping breakfast can lead children to make other unhealthy food choices later in the day and reduces their ability to concentrate at school, says dietitian Lori Walton of St. Vincent hospital in Indianapolis, which has released a cookbook containing home-cooked recipes to replace fast-food options. Top brain-boosting breakfast foods include protein-rich eggs, peanut butter, oats, berries, and milk and yogurt.

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