Children’s Health


 

Children’s Health

 
 



Young children need to develop healthy eating and physical activity habits early on. During childhood, under-nutrition causes children to have less energy and loss of interest for leading, which negatively influences cognitive development and academic performance. Under-nutrition will also affect physical growth and maturation, thus affecting growth rate, body weight and ultimately height. We all know instinctively from birth that food is essential to our own survival. Studies show that a nutritious diet will make your child healthier and better able to learn.
 
•asthma
•allergies
•obesity
•energy
•fatigue
•insomnia
•mood disorders
•overall health
•digestive discomfort
•loss of interest
 

“Kids who are fed healthy foods, grow up loving healthy foods.”


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