We Love Our Kids And Yours Too!
from Jana Mitcham
October 17, 2003
Our children are our future and we want a secure future -- the best way to do that is to raise generations of healthy children who are capable of making sound capable decisions. Sounds simple!
But it is not... so many children have health, intelligence and behavior issues to deal with -- issues that will definitely impact their future and the future of the world in which they live. More and more attention is being paid to nutritional supplementation as the key to behavior and learning ability -- in fact scores of you call and write about the satisfying improvements in your kids after using Primalux (kids under 12) or VitaOne (kids 12 and up) plus Coral Calcium (2-6 depending on age and individual calcium needs), Omega III (1 3x daily), Herbal Calming (as needed) and for extra absorption, Vita Enhanced Water. Now, we have Limu Plus to add.
Nutritional imbalance can have a devastating impact on health -- just as good nutrition can reap good benefits! Science is beginning to validate the significance of this: The results of a six-month test were aired on BBC1-TV as part of a series called The Human Mind (from the Sunday Times, 9/28/03 -- The Lord Zuckerman Research Centre). The study involved 123 children between 8 and 12 who were given either a placebo or an Omega III fish oil blend. They then gave the children psychological, academic, memory, concentration and co-ordination tests -- early results indicate that "40% of the children who received the Omega III blend improved their scores in intelligence tests -- some showed reading age improvement of up to 4 years." Behavior improvements were also noted with many children being calmer, more enthusiastic about schoolwork and broadening their interests.
Science and Nutrition are catching up to each other -- isn't it about time?
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