It is important for good brain functioning to have a steady supply of energy available. A well balanced breakfast that includes some fruit or yogurt and unsweetened cereal would be ideal. A glass of fruit juice is fine, but make sure it is real fruit juice and not just water with sugary syrup and food coloring added. Your children are much better off maintaining good nutritional habits: less sugar, more complex carbohydrates, and lots of fruits and veggies to keep their brains and bodies functioning well. In the long run, they will be happier and healthier, and perform well in all of their activities, including exams.
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