May 1997 Issue
A Look at Fast Morning Fixes: At Home and On the Run
Your mother was right when she told you, "Breakfast is the most important meal of the day." After six to eight hours of an overnight fast, your brain is low on glucose, which it needs to perform at peak level. Though lots of breakfast bread choices can solve the brain's carbohydrate shortage, not all are nutritionally equal. A shrinking number of Americans still take the time to sit down for breakfast. All too
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