Food and Nutrition Fancy a big, heaping serving of salt on your breakfast plate? Yuck. I don't know about you, but the thought turns my stomach. However, recent studies show that many of us are getting our half and sometimes even a full day's worth of salt in our first meal of the day. What's even more alarming about this statistic is that this is true even for those of us who make our own breakfast at home.
When served low-sugar cereals, children are more likely to eat a nutritious, balanced breakfast - even if they add a little table sugar, a new study has found. The study, "Effects of Serving High-Sugar Cereals on Children's Breakfas... Read Post
Conventional nutritional wisdom has suggested that having a big breakfast jump starts your metabolism and helps you eat less the rest of the day — and stay slim. But a study published Monday in Nutrition Journal turned that notion o... Read Post