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Jump start the Day with a Nutritious Breakfast
Breakfast: It’s often referred to as the most important meal of the day. But do you know why it’s especially important for kids and teens? Up to 90% of those ages 4-18 years fall short of meeting dietary needs for one or more key nutrients*. And about 1 in 4 teens skip breakfast, which is associated with a variety of nutritional and health consequences. Find out why consuming a nutritious breakfast is so important with our Breakfast Nutrition Facts!LEARN MORE
*Average percentage of individuals (ages 4 -18) with usual dietary intake below the EAR (Estimated Average Requirement) or AI (Adequate Intake): Vitamin D 90%, Potassium 90%, Choline 90%, Vitamin E 85%, Vitamin K 70%, Calcium 50%. Scientific Report of the 2015 Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee Appendix E-2.1.
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