They Are What You Feed Them: How Food Can Improve Your Child's Behaviour, Mood and Learning (Paperback)Alex Richardson (author)
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Dr Alex Richardson, the UK's leading authority on how nutrition affects behaviour and learning, exposes the truth behind the foods we are feeding our children and offers simple, practical solutions all parents can use. An empowering, cutting-edge book that will transform the lives of children and help them reach their full potential.
Senior Research Fellow at Oxford University and former school teacher, Dr Alex Richardson is the UK's leading expert on how what we do and do not feed our children impacts their learning, concentration, co-ordination and behaviour.
Empowering and extremely practical, this book sorts out food fact from food myth and shows parents how to bring the best choices into their children's everyday diets. Includes simple meal plans and recipes as well as practical guidance on other lifestyle factors, such as time spent in front of TV and computer screens.
A highly influential book that offers concerned parents concrete information and real solutions.
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Number of pages: 448
Weight: 580 g
Dimensions: 234 x 153 x 33 mm
`Her book offers welcome hope to parents who may be at their wits' end ... illuminating.' TES, June 2006
`Jamie Oliver visited [Alex's department] while preparing his series on school dinners. It was the hard-slog science of the physiology department that gave credibility to the link between children's diet and their behaviour that Oliver made so powerfully in his TV programmes.' Guardian (May 05)
`Food affects behaviour. If you paid attention to diet, you could really make a difference.' Guardian (May 05)
`It's imperative that while upping your intake of omega-3, you cut out the junk.' Alex quoted in Independent March 2005
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