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Italy: breakfast myths 2017

This statistic shows the most popular false beliefs surrounding breakfast among the Italian population in 2017. According to this study, the vast majority of respondents (over 70 percent) believed that biscuits and other packaged breakfast sweet snacks contained too many unhealthy fats. One in two respondents thought that plant-based milks were healthier than regular milk, and that drinking a glass of warm lemon water at breakfast could speed up weight loss.

False beliefs surrounding breakfast among Italians in 2017

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Release date

June 2017



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Number of respondents

1,000 respondents

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The source does not specify data on the age of respondents, study type and date of the survey.

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