By alfat. healthy breakfast menu. Published at Wednesday, June 20th, 2018 - 20:32:12 PM.
Whether your teen sleeps until the last possible second or spends hours doing makeup in the bathroom, there's not a lot of extra time in the morning for a nutritious breakfast.
But it's important to make time for breakfast. Eating a healthy breakfast is linked to better academic results and athletic performance. Studies show children who skip breakfast are more likely to have trouble concentrating in the afternoon and they're more likely to feel fatigued.
The benefits of eating a healthy breakfast go beyond academics, however. A healthy breakfast gives children the nutrients they need for long-term health.
So whether you have 10, five or even one minute, you can whip up a fast and healthy breakfast for your teen. And you can even make a quick breakfast your teen can eat on the go.
The easiest way to get a delicious breakfast in a jiffy is to make the ingredients on the weekend and store it in the refrigerator or freezer for an easy grab-and-go meal. Some options include:
If your teen insists she's not hungry in the morning, or she says she just doesn't have time, send her with something she can eat on the go. Even if she can't eat before school, she may be able to eat something a little later in the morning during a break or in between classes.
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