The more you grow and more you become unruly, especially in diet. We go in a hurry and often we do not stop eating calmly, especially in morning when it comes to having a good breakfast. An important meal that gives us energy at start of day. To emphasize an analysis of Grana Padano nutritional observatory (Ogp) on dietary habits of children and adolescents: results obtained reveal that with increasing age, we tend to decrease number of daily meals and abuse of sugary drinks. Investigation. Ogp's study reveals that 20% of boys aged 14 to 17 are skip breakfast - while under 6 years figure drops to 5%. With age increases tend to forget about snacks or snacks: 22.1% of boys over age of 14 split necessary calories daily in just three meals a day - below age of six, percentage is 4.2%. And it certainly does not rejoice that 50% of teenagers abuse sugary drinks, even during main meals, and that taking of or two macronutrients (proteins and lipids) is often unequal: fish is consumed only once week - instead of 2-3 times as recommended - from 50-60% of children and / or teenagers, saturated fatty acids account for 10% of energy, while polyunsaturated fatty acids are less than 5% ( inverse of what is recommended) . Not to mention vegetables and fruit, which are consumed one and two times a day, respectively. Energy input . The researchers n pulled sums, showing percentages of carbohydrates, proteins and lipids introduced through daily dietary consumption: more than half (52%) of total energy introduced is carbohydrates, followed by lipids (33%) and proteins (15%). Although data obtained from sample analyzed (males and females aged between 6 and 17 years) fall within indications of recommended levels of nutrition for Italian population (Larn), same can not be said about type of sugars assumed: by ticking energy input of carbohydrates, survey shows that consumption of simple sugars (20% of carbohydrate consumption) exceeds recommended amount by Larn, which is 15%. Among daily preferences of sweet foods re are biscuits, confectionery and candy (se are mostly consumed by children every day, often twice a day), in addition to use of sugar (on average a teaspoon and a half a day) added to drinks; ice creams are consumed three times a week and finally stuffed and sweet cakes to spoon twice a week. Tips for School Healthy Eating Breakfast and cognitive skills. A study published in European J. Clinical Nutrition magazine shows how kids and kids jump over breakfast, have less visual memory, cognitive abilities and cognitive performance in early hours of morning. Between 4 and 10 years, children need more (double) glucose than adults. "Breakfast is a fundamental meal for everyone, and in particular for schoolchildren and children," says Claudio Maffeis , director of University of Verona's Pediatric Diabetes Care Unit and Metabolic Disease Operations Unit. first important meal of day reduces concentration capacity and deprives boys of energy needed for morning. Conversely, a balanced breakfast is able to provide energy and nutrients necessary for brain to have a good focus on best way to do school activity. "