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    Harmness of Junk Foods
    Children who are brought up on a diet of junk food at the age of three are more likely to make slow progress at school, educational researchers have discovered.They found diet in the preschool years has more influence on a child's ability to learn than the quality of school dinners.


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    Sounds like a parenting problem to me.
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    I wonder if parents that CARE about what their children eat are also more likely to CARE about how their children are doing in school..

    Nah.. It couldn't be that simple..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Code Monkey
    I wonder if parents that CARE about what their children eat are also more likely to CARE about how their children are doing in school..

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    .. and CARE about themselves

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    anyone saw Upsize Me? it totally change my view on junk food, esp Macs

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    It was hard to raise my son in a junk food world. He'd be climbing the walls when I picked him up from school. I found out the teacher fed him cherry flavored gummy bears.

    I paid hard cash for him to eat nutritious meals at school. When I visited I found out they were serving cinnamon rolls for breakfast and pizza for lunch. =o

    Luckily he preferred rounded meals. Salads were a treat around home. He knew if he was planning to eat a cookie or candy bar, he could only have it after a good meal.

    Mark grew up thin and muscular. Smart! eh? lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Catherine Alley
    Children who are brought up on a diet of junk food at the age of three are more likely to make slow progress at school, educational researchers have discovered.They found diet in the preschool years has more influence on a child's ability to learn than the quality of school dinners.


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    Got a source for this?

    And yeah, sounds more like a parenting problem than an affiliate marketing issue. Ah well, probably a fly by link drop anyway. *sigh*
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    My parents disallowed of eating junk foods when I was little because I suffered from urinary tract infection. Since then I didn't eat junk foods.

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    Hey Lody

    Do you have to keep bringing old threads back to life? Check the date before you post

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    I did not realize Lody is bringing back age old threads. May be to obtain some privileges on ABW. Perhaps a mod can undo all the posts that she dug out

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    There are a couple of new members recently that seem to feel obligated to add useless, often unintelligible posts to every thread they see no matter how old. It is aggravating but you can hope they will learn(?).

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