Posts Tagged ‘Food affects behaviour’

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Eating, Sleeping and Tantrum Problems Learn how to create healthy lunch boxes and a good sleep routine for positive moods and independence. Please note: Bookings for this event must go directly via the event organiser (see detail below) and not by selecting the automated ‘make a booking’ button below. Please bring along some cash, should you wish to purchase any of Super Granny’s merchandise (books, incentive charts, parenting CDs, etc.)

Every parent wants a perfectly healthy child with appropriate behaviour and who shows good grades at school. It is also every parent’s privilege to ensure optimum physiological, psychological and cognitive growth and development for their children.

‘You don’t have to like it, you only have to eat it!’

In my previous book ‘Raising Happy, Healthy Children’ I covered diet extensively with the help of a clinical nutritionist, Sally Ann Creed, with whom the book was co-written. However, I think it is important to reiterate that what we eat affects the way we behave.
The two go hand in hand. You cannot discipline a child who is being fed incorrectly, and conversely, you cannot enforce healthy eating if you have no discipline in place.