Education

Food Glorious Food

By Craig Stone — August 31, 2006 1 min read

You might already know it’s important for students to eat breakfast in the morning before school. For decades, studies have shown that breakfast improves a student’s academic performance. But guess what? The type of breakfast a kid eats also plays an important role, according to this report by NPR. Lay off the Frosted Flakes and dig into whole grain toast slathered with peanut butter instead. The report even provides some sample breakfasts for enhanced brainpower—and no, Krispy Kremes are not on the menu. (Audio requires media player.)

A version of this news article first appeared in the Around the Web blog.