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Why Is Nutrition Important for Children

Nutrition is very important for everyone, but it is especially important for children because it is directly linked to all aspects of their growth and development. These are factors which will have direct ties to their level of health as adults. For example, a child with the right balance of omega fatty acids in their daily diet has a much better chance at creating a more solid foundation for their brain activity and capabilities later on.

Proper real foods nutrition influences brain development, behaviour and attention span and it plays a major role in whether your child is at increased risk of any later-in-life health problems.

Children are also able to fight off colds with improved efficiency with the support of proper nutrition.

If children are provided with the right nutrition now they will learn at an early age what is necessary for good health. This will help them for a life of proper eating and nutrition. Many studies show that what someone learns as a child it is repeated throughout their life.

Good nutrition practices are essential for a child to develop healthy teeth and bones. Baby teeth and bones are not completely mineralized. This places newly erupted baby teeth at greater risk of decay or osteoporisis in later life if poor nutrition practices are present.

If you want to optimise your child’s health I can create an eating plan with the right balance of nutrients for him/her,provide you with easy to cook recepies and eating tips; if you want just a nutritional advise or just want to make sure you are feeding your child with the best combination of foods, please contact me at

0750 3540035 or email: [email protected]

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