Low GI Breakfast May Make Kids Eat Less, Study Says

Filed under: In The News — @ September 27, 2007

Note from Connie: It’s always fascinating to me how more and more research pours in, which validate conclusions reached by other scientists that those culprit carbs cause innumerable problems galore. Researchers also are proving over and over again that those those nutrient-filled, fiber-rich quality carbs can do all kinds of wonderful things like ward off disease or keep your appetite under control. Now Jennifer Moore tells us about yet another breakfast study.

Kids whose breakfast is comprised of low glycemic index foods — all-bran cereals, whole grain oatmeal, whole grain breads, and fruits like apples, plums, or mangoes, for instance — may ingest 60 fewer calories during the rest of day than kids who eat sugary, quickie carb fare in the mornings, according to a new study, which Reuters wrote about.

Read more about why this is good news here.

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