Those who don’t eat breakfast 50 percent are likely to have blood sugar problems. Therefore, they have difficulty lowering diabetes or having high cholesterol levels that can lead to heart disease. Furthermore, some breakfast foods such as grains and fruits provide vitamins and minerals that not contain in other foods. People who do not eat breakfast always give the excuse that it is “still early” to eat or they are too busy so do not have time to having a breakfast. Does not make sense! The way to overcome this is not to eat late in the afternoon, sleep early or to eat breakfast on the bus or in the car during go to school. The general advice from the health experts is to eat a substantial well-balanced breakfast, one that delivers its energy slowly over the course of the morning. The argument is that improving cognitive performance may be especially important amongst those of school age (see Adolpus et al., 2013)