Breakfast: A Good Habit, not a Repetitive Custom

@article{Giovannini2008BreakfastAG,
  title={Breakfast: A Good Habit, not a Repetitive Custom},
  author={Marcello Giovannini and Elvira Verduci and Silvia Scaglioni and Elisabetta Salvatici and Maria Cristina Bonza and Elisabetta Riva and Carlo Agostoni},
  journal={Journal of International Medical Research},
  year={2008},
  volume={36},
  pages={613 - 624}
}
In developed countries, obesity is the most frequent nutritional disorder, and overweight and obesity prevalences have increased whilst physical activity and breakfast consumption have declined. There is growing scientific interest in the possible role of breakfast in weight control and in factors such as appetite control, dietary quality and reduced risk for chronic diseases. The current article reviews the literature and discusses how the breakfast ‘environment’ and the composition of… Expand
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