It’s easy to see why a diet high in junk food, additives and sugar is bad for our children’s health, but it is also becoming increasingly clear that a bad diet is detrimental to their behaviour and moods. As levels of ADHD, aggression, bullying and low IQ increase, more attention is being paid to the impact of the foods that children are eating every day.The great news is that it’s easy to change your child’s diet and, in doing so, balance moods and enhance brain function, concentration, behaviour, and ultimately happiness.
Charlotte Watts and Gemini Adams show how to prepare quick, tasty and nutritious meals for your children, but in recipes that have the added benefit of improving their mood and behaviour. Whip up a quick breakfast of blueberry and apple muffins, pile chicken dippers, a brown roll and muesli munchies into a lunchbox for them to take to school, fill them up with sweet potato wedges when they get home and serve a feast of smiley-face pizza followed by banana and coconut ice cream for supper.
Your kids will love the food and you’ll love the improvement in their state of mind and contentment.