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Re: Re: Healthy breakfasts


    You don’t have to limit your ideas to “breakfast” foods.  People around the world eat all sorts of different foods for breakfast, so try keeping an open mind.

    One that kids really like is a peanut butter-and-banana sandwich.  You can also try the old PB&J.  Either way, use a thin layer of peanut butter and/or buy the reduced fat kind if you’re worried about fat content.

    Fruit salad and a lowfat glass of milk make a great start for the day.  Just take a look at the things your child eats during the rest of the day, and use them for breakfast!