Best Brain Foods for Kids
What your child eats has a major impact on learning. Here are the best foods to help your child make the grade.
Your child’s brain is 70 percent water. No wonder dehydration has been linked to decreased concentration and the ability to think clearly. On the flip side, a little H2O can go a long way. Children in a British study who were offered extra water performed better on visual attention tasks than those who sipped less. Making sure your child has a water bottle in his backpack can ensure he gets the fluids he needs to flex his mental muscle all day long. At home, try a refreshing, fizzy drink that packs them with water while giving them a hit of tart flavor to enjoy with dinner.
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