Daily Breakfast Makes Teens Healthier

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Teenagers who eat breakfast regularly are healthier and slimmer than those who don't.


A study by University of Minnesota School of Public Health scientists examined 2216 teenagers and their eating habits during five years. At the start of the study all teens were under 15. Researchers regularly checked body mass index (BMI) that compares weight with height.

BMI = weight in kg

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