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Volume #7   Issue #2

ISSN: 0219-7642    Aug 31, 2008

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Hi,
For a number of years, well-known athletes of international fame from the Olympics have designed nutritional plans and eaten highly nutritious food to enhance their athletic performance. If athletes can build their own nutritional plans to catalyze their on-field performance, is it possible for us to create such nutritional plans for our children too? Yes, it is possible to make our children eat well, so that they can enhance their learning performance. Some foods are known to help your children directly in boosting brain development as well as increase IQ and intelligence. As researchers study and understand more about different brain foods, parents also gather more information about some power brain foods that can jack up academic performance as well as a number of extra-curricular activities.

A number of brain foods that exist in the world can help build better brains and assist children with much needed focus and concentration to go through regular classroom rituals, and help sustain the required energy levels to tolerate the rigors of the playground. However, most of the so called power foods may not be your child's favorite. But, if you are willing to spend some personal time and energy to offer these foods on a regular basis, your children will soon develop a habit of eating those food items.

Eating a healthy meal is a big necessity not only to help your child grow in a normal manner, but also boost brain development and enhance creative intelligence. Have a great week ahead!

Thought for today:
"Believe in yourself and there will come a day when others will have no choice but to believe with you." - Cynthia Kersey

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Food for the Brain: Helping Your Child to be Smarter
Eating brain foods is the latest nutritional trend among health conscious parents. Today's diets and meal plans are seriously short of essential and critical nutrients that ensure proper brain and body growth in children. Your children will need a highly nutritious diet that is full of brain boosting additives and ingredients to boost memory functions, enhance cognitive abilities and assist normal growth of brain functions.

Important Brain Foods for Your Child
Nutritional experts and dieticians recommend a series of brain boosting ingredients and additives for your children. As a responsible parent, you may wish to set a meal plan that incorporates all critical nutrients and components to ensure proper brain development, boost creativity and help provide endless stream of energy to sustain the rigors of classroom.

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Feeding the Brain: How Foods Affect Children
By C.Keith Conners

Ignore the alarmist title! A prominent neuro-psychiatrist reviews and interprets a broad spectrum of experimental scientific studies on the interaction of food and behavior in infants and children. Included are classic studies on sugar, hyperactivity and aggression, breakfast composition, artificial sweeteners, critiques of fads (the Feingold diet, and megavitamin therapy), and general issues, e.g., food allergies. Conners's "Behavior Problem Checklist" integrates research with practice, providing parents with specific at-home procedures for evaluating and improving food-behavior effects.

 

Brain Foods for Kids: Over 100 Recipes to Boost Your Child's Intelligence
By Nicola Graimes

After writing several award-winning health and nutrition titles that have had great success in the UK, Nicola Graimes makes her debut in the US market with the first book to focus on children and brain power and the foods that truly can improve intelligence and those that can hinder it.

With her exciting positive twist on the link between the food that children eat and their mental development, Graimes offers parents new ways and reasons to give their children (from pregnancy through primary school) and the essential foods and nutrients they require.

 


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Prenatal Vitamins.... Do You Really Need Them?
Web Content Aug 26, 2008

Although many women are prescribed prenatal vitamins by their doctors during their pregnancy, it is becoming more common in some areas that even women who are planning to conceive begin taking prenatal vitamins. Thus many women begin protecting their body’s early.


Everybody wins with breastfeeding
The Star Aug 24, 2008

IT is no secret that breastfeeding is the gold standard of infant feeding. Nevertheless, when medical officer Dr Seri Suniza Sufian was pregnant with her first baby, she wondered what kind of milk she would give to her child.


Yogurt is brain food
Blogspot Aug 22, 2008

Yoplait yogurt is my favorite kind of yogurt. Last week when I went to the grocery store with my kids, I told them they could grab whatever they wanted of the yogurts we always buy. I didn't pay any attention to what they grabbed...grocery shopping with 4 kids, even well behaved kids like mine, and tends to distract me.


Researchers Studying Effect of Violin Lessons on Brain Development
UNCG Aug21, 2008

Researchers from UNCG and the FPG Child Development Institute at UNC Chapel Hill are starting a novel study of the effects of musical instrument instruction on young children’s development. The study will examine whether violin instruction using the Suzuki Method improves children’s early thinking skills through changes in brain activity.


Teaching babies to read
News Day Aug 19, 2008

It is an established fact that children can hear before birth and long before their brains are fully developed. So much so, that they are able to recognize their father’s voice and will turn towards it at birth. Baby’s brain cells start multiplying and start making connections before birth and at this time they become a captive audience for stories, music, nursery rhymes and expressions of love before birth. These are all necessary for the beginning reading.


Important Nutrition Do's and Don't for Baby and Child
SAF Baby Aug 19, 2008

We all know it is important to read labels when grocery shopping for our babies and children. But, do you know exactly what to look-out for and why? Theresa Kiene gives us some great advice on what to keep out of our grocery carts, and insight on some SAFE ALTERNATIVES too.


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