Food Effects Child’s Brain

One of the most limiting concepts of modern science is the idea that our mind and body are separate entities. Unfortunately, it’s not just scientists who live by this false notion. It stands true for all of us. When your child suffers from difficulty in concentrating, is behaving badly or is struggling to read, does the thought of him/her being poorly nourished strikes your mind? If it does not, it is time to wake up. All these characteristics and behavior traits are governed by a network of complex, interconnecting brain cells, shaped by none other than what your child eats on a daily basis.

Fact is that most of our children are struggling to keep up. They’re living with perpetual tiredness; are difficulty in concentrating on their studies, behaving erratically or feeling anxious, stressful, irritable or depressed all the time. At such a tender age, they are experiencing sleeping problems. There is sufficient scientific evidence to prove, that too many children suffer from mental health problems ranging from attention deficit disorder to autism, hyperactivity and dyslexia; or they’re simply not achieving their full potential in school and at home because at times they don’t feel good about themselves resulting in difficulty to focus and learn. Some of these kids are simply not able to achieve their full potential in school and at home, solely because of the way they feel inside.

Fortunately, study after study shows that what you feed your child can and will increase intelligence, attention span, concentration, and problem-solving ability, as well as improve emotional response, mood and physical coordination. You, as a parent can make up for the loss, merely (by changing the child’s food habits. By doing all that, as suggested in the book “How to Increase Child’s IQ’ you will be able to fundamentally impact the way your child thinks, feels and behaves not just in the present, but also in the future as he/she grows up into a mature adult.