Indicates it a study of Eroski, which has launched the healthy breakfast, to advise on healthy eating habits. A balanced breakfast is comprised of a portion of fruit, dairy products and derivatives of flour (bread or crackers). The years pass and breakfast remains the Achilles heel of power from the Spanish, also of children. It is the most important meal of the day for being the first, which must put together the energy needs of the body, but it remains which concerns us less and are concerned, perhaps through ignorance. This is what says a study of Eroski/Consumer, elaborated with the participation of 4,300 consumers this summer.

His conclusion is that Spanish children eating breakfast bad because parents don’t teach them to do it in a balanced way the absence of adequate nutritional information to advise their children. The study also highlights that one of every five parents recognized that their children eat no breakfast well, while 59% think that their children eat breakfast in a balanced way. However, the work clarifies that in the light of the data obtained, it is not so. The fruit there is only 10% of children’s breakfasts and it should be in all and only just over one third of children drink milk (alone or combined with soluble cocoa). Most abundant food is which comprise derivatives of flour and, in a more significant percentage, this presence is made with pieces of pastry. In this sense, he warns that the pastry is not recommended on a daily basis in the diet of children. The bread is the King of solid foods, since it is only present in 71% of breakfasts, or in combination with other foods.

Fruit, indispensable in fact, alert the more worrying fact is that 21% of the parents acknowledges that his son not breakfast well, being them those responsible that their children acquire this important habit. According to the study by Consumer, few children eating breakfast correctly. But, what comprises a balanced breakfast? A serving of fruit (whole or in juice). One dairy. Another derivative of flour (bread or crackers). The truth is that there are many benefits of full breakfast; for example, according to the European Institute of obesity, help the child better take notes. Having breakfast in five minutes the study indicates that 95% of respondents breakfast daily, increased what you eat in the morning on weekends. In this sense, it indicates that one in five Spanish claims to have breakfast more abundantly during the weekend, no doubt because it has more time. But do not take us seriously breakfast: only one in five respondents devotes more than one quarter of an hour. Even 16%, especially young ones, takes five minutes or less at breakfast. Last Thursday Eroski launched the healthy breakfast campaign to advise consumers about the habits of healthy eating.

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