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Foods low in vitamins and nutrients can actually lower your child's IQ. Credit: Getty Super sweet breakfast cereals, pre-packaged lunche...A diet high in fat, sugar and processed foods can actually lower a child's IQ.
c Food allergies could be causing your child's ADHD symptoms. Credit: Achim Sass, GettyIf your child has been diagnosed with atte...A new study suggests that a special restricted diet should be part of the standard of care for all children with ADHD.
The Agriculture and Health and Human Services departments are telling those 51 and older to reduce daily sodium intake. Credit: Corbis ...That's the advice to consumers - and the food industry - as the government issues new dietary guidelines, which are the recommendations behind the popular food pyramid.
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