The healthier the food, the happier the child – mental health study

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A child’s mental well-being is strongly linked to the kind of food she or he is offered every day, according to research that sheds light on the vital role played by a healthy diet from an early age. The mental health of older schoolchildren in particular improves with a good breakfast and lunch, as well as daily fruit and vegetables, according to research involving 9,000 children in the UK carried out by the University of East Anglia in Norwich. In a statement, Prof. Ailsa Welch, head of the study published in September, says a child’s nutrition has as much or even more influence on mental we…

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