If you think you don’t have time to make breakfast, prepare it the night before. It can still be healthy and filling even if eaten when leaving the house.
- What Happens When Teenagers Don’t Eat Breakfast? @ Everyday Life // GlobalPost
Excerpt: Your teenager’s body clock is often not in sync with the school district’s clock. Many teens naturally fall asleep later in the evening and then aren’t ready to get up when the alarm rings. Even though your teen needs the extra sleep, teens who skip breakfast often don’t receive the right amount of vitamins and minerals, making them quite grumpy. Lest you send out a teen who remains grumpy all day, make sure that he grabs breakfast, even if it’s on the go.
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