Cultivating the significance of what we consume on a habitual basis will steer us towards a road that is littered with unbridled joy and endless possibilities. Food is much more symbiotically related to the quality of our life than we have initially assumed them to be. We are all aware that what we consume, in conjunction with the level of physical activity, on a regular basis is reflected in our physical attributes. However, did you know that food, to a certain extent, is directly proportionate to our intellect?
Have you ever wondered why historically spellbinding icons such as the pyramids is impossible to replicate even though we are more technologically advanced than the ancient civilizations? Perhaps, the invasion of food that lacks any substantial value in our life has eroded our intellect? This tidbit is merely a food for thought. According to a longitudinal research conducted by Dr. Sophie von Stumm of the University of London, conclusive proof was found that our diet dictates our intellectual prowess. The test subjects consisted of approximately 4,000 Scottish children varying in age between 3 and 5. Unsurprisingly, children who indulged in the consumption of fresh healthy foods portrayed a more profound progressive development of IQ levels than their counterparts. For those children who are consciously devoid from consuming healthy foods, we can allocate a certain proportion of blame on the inflationary level of price that is attached to those foods or on poor parenting skills. Consequently, a trend has been distinguished that those parents who are financially well-off were able to provide the healthy food to their children. However, what is still unclear is how foods affect the development of individualistic personality.
As a concerning citizen and upstanding parent, it is our duty to provide an environment for our kids that is based on unlocking their maximal potential.