Kids who miss breakfast get lower grades


London: Researchers have found that students who rarely ate breakfast on school days achieved lower grades than those who ate it frequently.

For the study, published in the journal Frontiers in Public Health, researchers from the University of Leeds demonstrated a link between eating breakfast and GCSE performance for secondary school students in the UK.

The study revealed that students who rarely ate breakfast scored on average 1.20 points lower than those who frequently ate breakfast, after accounting for other factors.

The researchers have advised the parents to ensure that their kids should never skip breakfast as breakfast plays a vital role in the overall productivity of the students.

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