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Regardless of the arrangements for the upcoming school year some things will stay the same. Making sure students eat a healthy breakfast, either at home or school will always be important. Amy Valdez, Extension Program Specialist with Texas A&M AgriLife Extension, shares that “A healthy breakfast can help optimize learning, help children maintain a healthy weight and include foods such as fruits, vegetables, and protein that contain immune supporting nutrients!” A healthy breakfast should include, but is not limited to, the following components: •Whole grains such as oats, whole wheat bread, or quinoa: •Lean protein such as eggs or turkey sausage: •Fruit or vegetables such ...

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