Second Breakfast Isn't Just For Hobbits; It Cuts Kids' Risk Of Obesity
A new study found that kids who ate two breakfasts had a lower risk of obesity than those who skipped the most important meal of the day.By Newsy Staff | March 30, 2016
Researchers suggest eating more for breakfast can actually help you keep the weight off.
A new study published in Pediatric Obesity tracked over 500 students in grades five through seven: those who didn't eat breakfast, those who ate at home or school and those who ate both at home and school.
The researchers didn't see a significant obesity risk in the kids who ate breakfast twice. However, for the kids who skipped breakfast, the obesity risk doubled.