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6 Brain Boosters Your Kid's Breakfast Might Be Missing

Post by Maressa Brown. Gone are the days when a bowl of sugary cereal passed muster for a healthy, nutritionally sound breakfast for kids. Sure, it's still something that's easy enough to reach for, but if you want to be sure your kids stay satisfied and focused through the school day, it's best to make sure their breakfast is nutritionally balanced. Here's what nutrition experts say your kid's breakfast should include.
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