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Brain Power Healthy Foods for Kids

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You know certain foods are good for you, but have you ever wondered exactly how they help your body? The following foods, suggested by Barbara Ann Grova, CHHC, AADP, aid healthy brain development and offer nutritional benefits to your whole family. Children with Functional Disconnection Syndrome should consume these foods regularly to support optimal brain function and development.

 

avocado

Avocado
Nutrient rich for small stomachs
Good fats to fight heart disease
Boosts nutrients from other vegetables
Great for skin health

fish

Fish and Fish Oils
High in omega 3 fatty acids
Improves brain function and memory
Lessens the effects of attention deficits

 

blueberries

Blueberries
Packed with disease fighting antioxidants
Boosts brainpower
Helps improve eyesight

kidney-beans

Kidney Beans
May benefit asthmatics
Good protein source for vegetarians
Boosts memory
Prevents diabetes, obesity and heart disease

broccoli

Broccoli
Prevents stomach problems
(kills bad bacteria that can cause stomach upset)
Protects eyes and skin from sunlight
Helps prevent cancer and heart disease

kiwi

Kiwifruit
Healthy breathing
Repairs cells
Keeps eyes healthy

brown-rice

Brown Rice
Helps with sleep
Prevents constipation
Eases asthma
Prevents cancer, heart disease,
diabetes and obesity

 

sweet_potatoes

Sweet Potato
Prevents obesity and diabetes
Prevents constipation
Helps eye sight
Great for a sweet tooth

carrots

Carrots
Helps eyesight
Boost immunity
Aids healthy lungs

 

tomato

Tomatoes
Helps prevent cancer
Eases asthma
Sun protection

raw-chicken

Chicken (organic, free range)
Great for cell growth and repair
Boost immunity
Promotes sleep and eases stress

 

quinoa

Quinoa
Highest protein content of all grains
Good protein source for vegetarians
Gluten Free/ High B6 content
High in fiber

 

 

 

 

 

Source: brainbalancecenters

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