A small study from the University of Missouri suggests that eating a protein-rich breakfast can reduce food cravings and hunger, and may help prevent overeating by teens. Studies show that teens who regularly skip breakfast end up snacking on high-sugar, high-fat junk foods. Eggs are a complete protein, the yolk provides the body with choline which enhances focus and concentration. Studies have shown that children who eat eggs for breakfast perform better on exams.
Info provided by: Welll Being Journal, Caroline Scott-Thomas
In good health,
Shana Burns, CN