Sahley, Billie J.
January 2005
MMRC Health Educator Reports;2005, Special section p1
Health Report
The article presents information on maintaining health and hygiene of children. Child development is not possible without proper nutrition and specific brain nutrients. Children need carbohydrates, protein, fat vitamins and minerals for their growth. Dietary supplements with omega 3 and other fatty acids appears to reduce educational and behavioral problems in children. A remarkable improvement is seen in children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder after consuming omega 3 fatty acids.


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