A healthy breakfast is key to a child's good day

March 1997
Jet;03/03/97, Vol. 91 Issue 15, p24
Reports on studies that show that a nutritious and filling breakfast can be a key part to a child's having a good day at school. Guidelines for making choices about what breakfast foods should be served; Those items to avoid.


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