Survey: Thousands of Australian students eat junk food for breakfast

01/13/2008 | Age (Melbourne, Australia), The

Nearly a third of Australian children ages 12 to 17 drink soda or energy drinks in the morning, and one in 10 regularly eat chocolate, ice cream, burgers or french fries for their first meal of the day, a Newspoll survey found. The habit appears to continue into young adulthood, with more 18- to 24-year-olds making unhealthy breakfast choices and 68% skipping the meal entirely.

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