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The brain food diet for children

Ralph E. Minear

The brain food diet for children

how to improve your child"s intelligence through proper nutrition

by Ralph E. Minear

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Published by Bobbs-Merrill in Indianapolis .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Children -- Nutrition.,
  • Intellect -- Nutritional aspects.,
  • Children -- Intelligence levels.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Ralph E. Minear with William Proctor.
    ContributionsProctor, William.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRJ206 .M694 1983
    The Physical Object
    Pagination182 p. ;
    Number of Pages182
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3161995M
    ISBN 100672527553
    LC Control Number83003798
    OCLC/WorldCa9324754

    What Are Brain Foods? There are many foods which improve brain function in some way. A diet heavy in omega-3 fatty acids, for example, can help keep the blood vessels of the brain clear of blockages and allow nerve cells to function at a high level. especially in children. The rest of the foods on the "bad brain foods" list are bad because. According to Steven Pratt, MD who is the author of Superfoods RX: Fourteen Foods Proven to Change Your Life, animal studies indicate that blueberries help protect the brain against oxidative stress.. This helps reduce the negative effects of conditions like dementia and Alzheimer’s s also indicate that diets rich in blueberries notably improved motor skills and learning.

    assist the brain in regulating attention and an appropriate level of arousal. These different types of input cause a release of neuro-chemicals that can last up to two hours, depending on the type of input and intensity. A sensory diet is designed to keep a flow of these neuro-chemicals steady in the brain throughout the day for improved learning. Healthy Foods & Proper Nutrition for Kids with Cerebral Palsy. While a proper diet is important for all children, it is especially important for those special needs children who suffer from cerebral palsy. Food choices are important since it’s been shown that they can improve or worsen some of the physical symptoms associated with cerebral.

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Opt for B-rich foods like eggs, chicken, fish, leafy greens and dairy. If you're vegan, look to fortified foods, including plant milks and breakfast cereals, for vitamin B12 or consider a supplement.

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