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After all, school performance depends as much on solid nutrition as on study routines. Eating nutrient-dense meals and snacks at regular intervals and avoiding processed, sugary foods can boost brain development, improve concentration and give children the energy to make it through a long school day, according to nutritionists and dietitians. Kids’ brains are developing and churning out information at all times. It’s important to feed their little brains and bodies with the most high quality, vitamin and mineral packed foods possible.

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