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Those who eat breakfast have higher intakes of nutrients that most Americans fall short of in their diet. These include vitamin D, calcium, potassium, and iron. They also consume fewer nutrients that are linked to poor health outcomes, including saturated fat and sodium. And while you could take supplements to ensure that you get these vitamins and minerals in your diet, consuming nutrients through food is ideal whenever possible.14 July 2021