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Breakfasts at the Best Restaurants in Banff Help Your Child in School

Posted by Hugh Tafel on March 20, 2014

If you've noticed that your child has been performing poorly at school lately, then it is probably time for you to try different ways to boost his or her performance. A February 5, 2014 article on LiveStrong.com suggests that feeding your child a full and healthy breakfast is one way by which you can do this:

"Breakfast may be known as the most important meal of the day, but in many families, children are used to starting the day without the morning meal. In fact, up to 30 percent of children ages 8 to 13 don't eat breakfast every day, reports the University of Florida.

Breakfast doesn't just fill the stomach, it can also help children improve their academic performance. Kids who eat breakfast have higher test scores, superior concentration and better muscle coordination, and they're less likely to miss classes or report to school late, according to the University of Florida. Breakfast eaters also tend to exhibit better classroom behavior, and perform better in certain subjects like math, reports Dr. Ronald E. Kleinman, chief of pediatric gastroenterology and nutrition at Boston's Massachusetts General Hospital and professor of pediatrics at Harvard Medical School."

The article also states that eating a hearty breakfast will spur the child's health and health habits. Moreover, eating breakfast regularly will keep a child from compensating for missing the morning meal. By avoiding this, a child can decrease his or her chances of gaining weight. Thus, parents should make sure that their children are getting the best breakfast they can have.

Breakfasts at the Best Restaurants in Banff Help Your Child in School

If you do not have the time to prepare complete or diverse dishes every morning, then you should consider going to the best restaurants in Banff to give your children more meal choices. Sometimes, children do not finish their breakfast food simply because they no longer enjoy what's on the table. More exciting fare might get them to eat well.

If you go to a good Banff breakfast place like El Toro, you will not only take your child's taste buds on a wonderful journey and encourage hearty eating. You will also be giving your child the chance to eat healthily, as ingredients common in Mexican food-like salsa, lettuce, and meat- provide the necessary fibers, proteins, and vitamins that every growing body needs.

Diversify what your child eats for breakfast, and you may just see his or her performance in school skyrocket like never before.

(Source: Benefits of Students Eating Breakfast, LiveStrong.com, February 5, 2014)