Studies show that children and adolescents who eat a balanced breakfast tend to have higher school attendance and better academic achievement. The data also suggests that children who eat a balanced nutritional breakfast have better short-term memory, concentrate better, and have better muscle coordination. Conversely, regular breakfast-skipping is linked to lower academic performance and a diminished ability to concentrate.
Breakfast cereals tend to have an extremely high GI (Glycaemic Index) and are loaded with sugar. They are great tasting but can lead to and energy crash 45-60 minutes’ posts consumption. The Supa Shake will provide a balanced, fibre-rich, energy- sustaining meal replacement that will ensure that school going children and adolescents have all the all they need for a full day.