Max Biocare

May 2008

 Nutrition page 7.

Like other parts of the body, diet affects brain function. What you eat will have a big influence on your child’s mood, behaviour, thoughts, and emotions.

 Nutrition page 6.

Like other parts of the body, diet affects brain function. What you eat will have a big influence on your child’s mood, behaviour, thoughts, and emotions.

 Nutrition page 5.

Like other parts of the body, diet affects brain function. What you eat will have a big influence on your child’s mood, behaviour, thoughts, and emotions.

 Nutrition page 4.

Like other parts of the body, diet affects brain function. What you eat will have a big influence on your child’s mood, behaviour, thoughts, and emotions.

 Nutrition page 3.

Like other parts of the body, diet affects brain function. What you eat will have a big influence on your child’s mood, behaviour, thoughts, and emotions.

 Nutrition page 2.

Like other parts of the body, diet affects brain function. What you eat will have a big influence on your child’s mood, behaviour, thoughts, and emotions.

 BRAIN FACTS.

Brain Facts

 Your child's immune system.

Your child's immune system works around the clock to keep them healthy in a world full of bacteria, viruses, fungi, and other micro-organisms that can potentially cause serious illness. We discuss innate and adaptive immune systems, their importance, and how they work together in keeping you and your children healthy.

 Your Eyes.

Your Eyes

 Your child's neural (nerve) development.

Your child's brain develops and restructures itself based on their experiences. This is particularly so for infants and young children, whose neural systems are developing at a phenomenal rate. Both neural systems develop in concert (the central nervous system consisting of the brain and spinal cord, and the peripheral nervous system (that consists of the peripheral nerves outside the central nervous system). The continued development and support of these systems is crucial to your child's health and their ability to achieve.

 Environmental factors.

Our brains shape and reshape themselves based on our experiences and on how we use them. This is particularly so for infants and children, whose neural systems are developing at a phenomenal rate. A child’s environment plays a big role in their development. Exposure to different forms of activities that exercise the analytical and creative sides of the brain are important. Growing in a safe and happy environment is also crucial for your child’s long-term development. The more exposure to these activities, the better developed your child’s brain and neural systems will be in coping with what life has to offer.

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