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Eating for Education: The Link Between Food and Learning

EATING FOR EDUCATION THE LINK BETWEEN FOOD AND LEARNING DISHING UP GOOD GRADES These research results confirm the impact of nutrition on school performance: D+ math EATING BREAKFAST MIDMORNING HIGH SODA CONSUMPTION is associated with lower math test scores SNACKS is linked to better improve memory in young children grades and behavior Children with low CHILDHOOD HUNGER POOR NUTRITION PROTEIN DIETS OBESITY decreases compromises cognitive functioning have lower leads to increased attentiveness achievement test absences and test scores scores NUTRITION NUMBERS: USDA'S KID-FRIENDLY GUIDELINES Pack healthy snacks and lunches and cook up nutritious breakfasts and dinners to provide your toddler with: 3-5 1-1.5 1-1.5 2-4 oz CUPS CUPS CUPS OZ • 1,000-1,400 calories per day • 3-5 ounces of grains per day • 1-1.5 cups of vegetables per day • 1-1.5 cups of fruits per day • 2 cups of dairy per day • 2-4 ounces of meat/protein per day FEED YOUR CHILD'S MIND NUTRITION TIP WHY IT MATTERS • Improved test scores • Better behavior PROVIDE BREAKFAST DAILY SERVE • Support for growing bones • Additional protein LOW-FAT DAIRY • Improved memory • Reduced hunger • Improved concentration PACK BALANCED SNACKS (protein and fruit or whole grain) • Reduced intake of refined sugars • Improved test scores REPLACE SODA AND SPORTS (with water or 100% juice) DRINKS INFOGRAPHIC PROVIDED BY UNDER THE SUN uNDETHESuh LEARNING CENTERS LEARNING CENTERS SOURCES: %20Need%20Calcium%20Handout.pdf

Eating for Education: The Link Between Food and Learning

shared by BrittSE on Apr 24
Each day, you should feed your child between 1,000 and 1,400 calories. A healthy diet includes grains, vegetables, fruits, dairy, and protein. This infographic discusses how a healthy diet affects you...


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