Plenty of fruit and vegetables and
a diet including plenty of beans, peas, broccoli, carrots, berries
and rice as well as pulses and wheat bread to provide the iron
and zinc. Zinc based foods help develop memory and iron is needed
for cell growth.
Plenty of fish and fish oil These are great brain food
and also develop the bodys immune system.
A diet high in potassium Half a banana a day each will
provide both you and your child with the correct intake. Potassium
provides the protective coating on the brain's pathways. These can transmit up to 12 times faster with the correct coating than without.
Remember to use common sense and never force a food on your child. Try again another time or even use a tasting game like those we