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‘What’s for breakfast?’ - game for the kids!

Eating a healthy breakfast kick-starts our metabolism, helps us concentrate better at school or at work because we’re not distracted by hunger, and generally gets our day off to a good start. Explore the plates below to get tasty ideas and tips for a healthy breakfast.

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Cereal with fresh fruit

  1. When choosing cereal, try to go for one that contains wholegrains and is lower in salt and sugar. Also, serve it with semi-skimmed, 1% or skimmed milk, or low-fat yoghurt (but remember 1% or skimmed milk isn’t suitable for children under 5).
  2. Adding fruit to cereals is also a great way to get kids to eat less sugary cereals. Alternatively, try mixing sugary cereals with lower-sugar ones, increasing the amount of lower-sugar cereal over time to get kids used to them.

For more healthy breakfast ideas, have a look at the recipe finder

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