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'Teen Vogue' Reverses Position On Food Consumption

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Teen Vogue touts an interesting new pastime in next month's
issue: eating! Ohmygod, Why????

It turns out your parents aren't kidding when they say breakfast is the most important meal of the day.... According to a study published in the September 2005 Journal of the American Dietetic Association, girls who didn't eat breakfast had a higher body mass index than those who regularly did.

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Hmmmm! We'd say we don't buy it, but if it took them two whole years to actually write about this study, maybe all that starving does make people sluggish and lazy. Still paranoid? "Morning Anchor" (page 177) writer Jane Shin Park advocates the use of sugar-free jam (only 15 calories a serving!) and delaying food-avoidance until the PM hours. And lest you feared the magazine had started to abandon everything it ever stood for, we conducted a rigorous flip-through—they're still really into nepotism.

Earlier: Teen Vogue Panelists Tell It Like It Is

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Oh for fuck's sake. REAL jam only has 15 calories a teaspoon. How much are they putting on that bagel? These people need to eat more because their brains aren't getting any nutrients.

It's like a "Beverages are your enemy" article I saw in Self a couple of years back. Martini: calories 360 each. Yeah, for SIX OUNCES. Did they order it Venti?