Breakfast frequency inversely associated with BMI and body fatness in Hong Kong Chinese children aged 9-18 years.

@article{So2011BreakfastFI,
  title={Breakfast frequency inversely associated with BMI and body fatness in Hong Kong Chinese children aged 9-18 years.},
  author={Hung-kwan So and E Anthony S Nelson and Albert Martin Li and Georgia S. Guldan and Jinhua Yin and Peter Conrad Ng and Rita Yn-Tz Sung},
  journal={The British journal of nutrition},
  year={2011},
  volume={106 5},
  pages={742-51}
}
The present study assessed the relationship between breakfast frequency and measures of obesity in Hong Kong Chinese children aged 9-18 years. A total of 11,570 children (50 % boys) underwent anthropometric measurements and completed a simple self-administered dietary behaviour questionnaire. Their parents completed a questionnaire providing demographic information. Breakfast frequency was assessed by a single question, 'How many days over the past week did you have breakfast?' Children were… CONTINUE READING

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