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September 19, 2017
“Breakfast is unarguably the most important meal of the day. However, the breakfasts we’re familiar with aren’t exactly the breakfasts of champions. “The old standbys – cereal and milk, toast and juice, Pop-Tarts or breakfast waffles from the box are full of sugar. Children get hungry before the school lunch hour,” says dietitian Teresa Wagner. Parents themselves often struggle with breakfast, usually starting their day with a quick cup of coffee and a pastry. “Although mornings are busy,” Ms. Wagner says, “making breakfast needn’t be complicated.” A nutrition expert and herself a parent, Ms. Wagner has several tips for deliciously simple and well balanced breakfast meals.”