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  • 05.23.16

Bad news for people who feel smug about eating breakfast

You’re no better off than the rest of us, argues the New York Times in an analysis of research that associates breakfast with everything from thin waistlines to better school performance. Some studies have been sponsored by breakfast cereal companies. Others prove association rather than causation, or have failed to consistently prove the same results when repeated.

“Breakfast has no mystical powers,” the Times concludes. SK