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    Nido vs. Cow’s milk

    Milk is a very important part of our diets, even in adulthood. With children, the only difference is that they have smaller stomachs. They still need at least two cups of milk a day, so we need to make sure that the food we give them really counts. Often, the things our little ones eat and drink don’t contain any micronutrients or special ingredients. This is when a drink like

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    Protein and the child – Tips for improving your childs learning through diet

    Tips for improving your child’s learning through diet In his early years your child will go through periods of fast learning and development.  It is very important that you support him in his learning journey by providing the right nutrition that supports optimal brain function.  Good nutrition is one of the best ways you can improve your child’s attention span so that he can learn throughout the day. By giving

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    Brain Breaks To Help During Exams

    Concentrating can drain your child’s mental capacity, but by introducing these brain breaks into a daily routine, you can ensure their minds stay fresh and attentive.

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    Brain games for pre-schoolers

    Helping our kids grow up with healthy bodies and minds is an essential part of being a parent. Here are a few brain games that pre-schoolers can play to keep their minds stimulated.

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    Care and share – foods for sleep

    July is mental health month. One of the factors that affect mental health is poor quality sleep. Poor quality sleep badly affects overall physical health, and the functioning of your body systems including the immune system – the ability to fight off infection.

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    Indoor Activities for Kids

    Child stimulation through group games builds friendships as well as co-ordination and muscle tone. Read about indoor activities for kids.