July 2000 Issue
Whats for Breakfast? EN Gets You Off to a Healthful Start
Breakfast has long been identified as important for children. But what about adults? Lately, researchers have been paying more attention to the value of a good breakfast in an adultís busy day and have found it is, indeed, as valuable to adults as it is to children. Findings from the Bogalusa (Louisiana) Heart Study and from the University of Wales-Swansea in the United Kingdom (where researchers compared three studies of adults and breakfast)
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