- Fruit and dairy-rich diet from age one bolsters future maths and writing skills
- Researchers recommend wholegrains and fruit over processed foods and soft drinks
- Parents need to model healthy eating behaviour for youngsters
PASS the carrot sticks and cheese mum—research suggests eating healthy food as a toddler can help kids do better in school tests 10 years later.
The study of more than 2200 WA children’s eating habits found eating fruit at age of one was linked to higher scores in mathematics, reading, writing and spelling in Years Seven and higher scores in mathematics and reading in Year Five.
Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.sciencewa.net.au