OPEN Public health nutrition | 29 Sep 2015
HJ Littlecott, GF Moore, L Moore, RA Lyons and S Murphy
Breakfast consumption has been consistently associated with health outcomes and cognitive functioning in schoolchildren. Evidence of direct links with educational outcomes remains equivocal. We aimed to examine the link between breakfast consumption in 9-11-year-old children and educational outcomes obtained 6-18 months later.
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