A study done by the International Journal of Food Science and Nutrition found that people who ate cereal each morning felt better both mentally and physically over those who rarely ate cereal. If you want to read more, click here. Advertisements
According to a study done in the Netherlands of 1,089 kids aged 12-15, children were more inclined to eat breakfast daily if their parents ate breakfast daily as well. To read more about children and breakfast, click here.
From a study by US News, students who eat breakfast each morning scored over 17% higher on math tests and are 20% more likely to graduate than students who didn’t eat anything. To read about more benefits, click here.
A recent study from Osaka University of 82,000 people found that those who ate breakfast twice a week had a 20% higher risk of a stroke, compared to those who ate breakfast every day. To read more about the study, go here.
In a study by What We Eat in America, about 30% of females ages 12-19 years and males ages 20-29 years skip breakfast. To see a more detailed breakdown of the research, click here.
According to a 2016 study by the University of Bath in the UK, people who take the time to eat breakfast in the morning are more likely to engage in exercise and other forms of physical activity in the morning than those who do not. Click here to read more about the study.
According to a 2011-2012 National Center for Health Statistics Survey, about 15% of Americans skip breakfast in the morning entirely. To find out more, such as differences in age and gender of who skips breakfast, check out this article from Time Magazine.