Studies show that people who eat breakfast have better overall nutrition, improved cognitive functioning and are less likely to be overweight. What should we advise our pediatric patients to eat for breakfast? Up to 50% of school-aged children eat cereal for breakfast. How much nutritional value is present in cereal? How best can we advise parents on feeding their children? Dr. Marlene Schwartz, deputy director for the Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity at Yale University, describes her research into children's nutrition with host Dr. Leslie Lundt.