Skipping breakfast linked to lower GCSE grades


Students who regularly skipped breakfast before school achieved lower GCSE grades than those who frequently ate a morning meal, new research reveals.

Skipping breakfast has been linked to lower GCSE grades. Image: Ginger Pixie Photography/Magic Breakfast
Skipping breakfast has been linked to lower GCSE grades. Image: Ginger Pixie Photography/Magic Breakfast

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