Study: Girls who eat breakfast are slimmer

09/15/2005 | Dallas Morning News (free registration), The

A study out of the Maryland Medical Research Institute found adolescent girls who eat breakfast have lower body mass index readings than those who don't, with the slimmest of them eating cereals. The study author said cereal fiber, often accompanied by milk and orange juice, may account for the study subjects' lower weight and "those who eat breakfast on a regular basis are more likely to have a structured eating plan throughout the day and consequently are less likely to snack between meals."

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