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Eating breakfast regularly is associated with a healthy body weight – for children and adults. Studies show that breakfast eaters are less likely to be overweight than breakfast skippers. Food choice plays a key role. A breakfast that includes fibre and protein helps you feel fuller longer and may help reduce your energy intake. Look for fast and easy choices such as whole grain breads with nut butter, eggs or cheese, cereal with milk, or fruit with Greek-style yogurt. Or, for a change, be creative with last night's leftovers.
For more tips, tools and great recipes to help you eat well visit the Dietitians of Canada website:
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