Eating in the Morning is Important for Kids' Nutrition

Latest research, revealed at the 2018 Food and Nutrition Conference and Expo in Washington D.C, found diets of kids ages 2-18 who eat foods during the morning, including cereal and milk, are more likely associated with greater intakes of calcium, potassium, vitamin D, fiber, and whole grain than kids who eat nothing all morning.

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Eating in the Morning is Important

New research, revealed at the Nutrition 2018 Conference in Boston, found morning eating, particularly with patterns containing ready-to-eat-cereal and milk, are associated with better intakes of potassium, fiber, vitamin D, and calcium.

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