Message from discussion Far better honest like Ayoob than crooked like Chung!!!
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Subject: Re: Far better honest like Ayoob than crooked like Chung!!!
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Date: Sat, 17 Nov 2012 21:02:46 -0700
In article <688ga8pcedbtidt2rp6ag8h14b7v63s...@4ax.com>,
"Andrew B. Chung, MD/PhD" <ach...@emory.edu> wrote:
> Don't be an Ayoob:
> Be hungrier, which really is wonderfully healthier especially for
> diabetics and other heart disease patients:
But not for school children when going to classes.
So BE an Ayoob, and like him, support giving all children an adequate
breakfast before school.
"But Keith Ayoob, director of the Rose R. Kennedy Center Nutrition
Clinic at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York City, said the
programs aren't the problem.
"There is a mountain of research that shows school breakfasts, and
particularly breakfast in the classroom, have a positive outcomes," he
said, describing a drop in truancy, behavior problems and visits to the
school nurse as well as an improvement in grades. "School breakfasts are
not making kids overweight. If they're eating two breakfasts, parents
need to know that and adjust accordingly at home."
Speaking to the New York Academy of Medicine Thursday, Ayoob defended
breakfast programs and stressed the importance of parents keeping track
of what their kids are eating.
"We don't want some kids going hungry just because some kids are
overeating," he said. "A child getting two breakfasts is a much easier
And, apparently, ABChung would rather have kids hungry all the time and
out of control in classes than breakfasted and good students.