Supporting healthy minds and healthy hair

Updated 10-11-2020

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Supporting healthy minds and healthy hair

Healthy Mind And Healthy Hair

We should aim to make sure that our children and our-self have a fighting chance in life as they grow and mature. We want to provide the right nutrients so they can function well in school, and we can successfully do the position we have in our careers.

 Train your child to know the correct information for a healthy lifestyle; meanwhile nurturing their brain and their self-confidence. Keep their mind educated and their hair nutrition right for all occasions. We are starting to have children graduate early. You never know, yours might be next. Train them on how to take care of their bodies by watching what they eat; meanwhile, keeping their tresses fly just in case an opportunity became available. Make sure to eat a well-balanced meal to give you the vital nutrients for hair growth and your brain.

Information About Food And Your MIND

  • Research has shown that children eating breakfast, not high in sugar, helps their mind focus more; therefore, they excel better academically. 
  • Eggs, Greek Yogurt, greens, fish, nuts, seeds, oatmeal, apples, and plums help kids stay sharp and affect how their brains develop well into the future.
yogurt with blueberries
Yogurt with blueberries

Fat is important to brain health, says Laura Lagano, RD.  A full-fat Greek yogurt ( which has more protein that other yogurts) can help keep brain cells in good form for sending and receiving information. 
How to serve it: 
Pack Greek yogurt in a lunch with some fun mix-ins: cereal with at least 3 grams of fiber, and blueberries for a dose of nutrients called polyphenols. Dark chocolate chips are another option. They have polyphenols, too. These nutrients are thought to keep the mind sharp by hiking blood flow to the brain.

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