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Breakfast is an important meal and one that is often missed due to todays hectic and stressful lifestyle Going without breakfast can result in poor performance in work or school and may tempt us to eat less nutritious snacks such as chocolate and crisps which in excess are not good for us as they contain large amounts of sugar and salt My Survey I asked sixteen people from my class to complete this survey and here are the results YESNOSOMETIMES SOME Do you skip breakfast853 Do you enjoy breakfast574 Do you eat a healthy breakfast565 Do you like big breakfasts574 Do you know the damages of missing breakfast1312 Do you snack after eating breakfast673 Although nearly all the students know the dangers and effects of missing breakfast more people do this than others Yet when asked the question Do you enjoy breakfast most replied no this does not back up my theory that breakfast being missed is down to todays busy society Still just under said they did other sources not displayed here will also support my theory My Recipe 1 large chocolate croissant 095p - I have chosen this as it is high in carbohydrates and fats which allow a full energy supply for the day 3 fresh large strawberries 015p - I have not just chosen these specific fruits for their decorative colour and shape but strawberries contain a higher vitamin C level than any other berry which is needed for healthy immune system bones teeth gums skin blood cells and also for absorbing other vitamins and minerals such as iron Cup of organic black tea 030p - In a morning it can often be difficult to wake up Tea gives a small amount of caffeine which improves alertness and helps respiration Tea is also good as it contains a vital anti-oxidant quercetin this lowers the risk of heart problems and cancer Breakfast
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