Who can concentrate on maths and history when their tummies are rumbling?
When eaten, fibre expands in the stomach, helping kids feel fuller for longer. This means they can focus on what’s written on the blackboard rather than worrying about the rumbling of their hungry tummy.
Here are some great ideas for high fibre healthy breakfasts:
  • Two slices of wholemeal toast and an egg, 4g of fibre
  • Two slices of multigrain toast and two teaspoons of peanut butter, 5.5 g of fibre
  • One cup of fresh fruit salad and 100g low fat yoghurt, 2 g of fibre
  • A 45g bowl of very high-fibre cereal such as Sultana Bran (5.2g of fibre)
  • A bowl of Kellogg’s Mini Max provides 3.5g of fibre 



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