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March 23, 2018 Friday 03:51:51 PM IST

Have you had Your Breakfast?

Teacher Insights

"Breakfast is bran food" is not just a saying. one should eat the breakfast like a King. It gives the energy for entire day. But studies show that a large number of students still skip their breakfast, even after so much of campaigns have taken place.

As per the latest report by the University of waterloo, 39 percent of students take breakfast fewer than 3 days ina school week.

48.5 percent of adolescents skipped breakfast at least once a week.

"In spite of the widely-acknowledged value of youth having a healthy morning meal, breakfast skipping is highly prevalent among adolescents," said Katelyn Godin, a doctoral candidate at Waterloo and lead author of the study. 


Denying the body a proper breakfast will affect the learning curve too. So before starting your class, ensure the students have taken it!

(Source: Journal of School Health)

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