•93% of Americans think breakfast is the most important meal
•44% say they eat breakfast every day
•168 million Americans skip breakfast at least 1 day/week
•Half of Americans spend more time thinking about their outfit than breakfast
•Average American adult spends 67 minutes a day eating and drinking
•43% spend less than 4 minutes on breakfast
•27% spend less than a minute on breakfast
•1 in 4 Americans can't remember what they ate for breakfast in the last 3 days
How important is breakfast?
Studies show people who skip breakfast tend to crave more carbohydrates later in the day.
•40% who skip breakfast crave more sweets
•55% who skip breakfast crave more soft drinks
•45% who skip breakfast eat 45% fewer vegetables
•30% of those who skip breakfast eat 30% less fruit
•Half of regular breakfast skippers are obese
People who eat breakfast every morning are:
•34% less likely to develop diabetes
•40% less likely to develop fat around the belly
How breakfast affects your thinking (study of 6,000 students)
•61% showed improvements in English and math tests
•Hand eye coordination improved
Are you going to eat a healthy breakfast?