Want your kid to be happy? Feed them right


A child’s nutrition has as much, or even more, influence on mental wellbeing than seeing fighting parents or even violence at home, according to a new study. — dpa

A child's mental wellbeing is strongly linked to the kind of food she or he is offered every day.

This is according to research that sheds light on the vital role played by a healthy diet from an early age.

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