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Brain Foods for Kids: Over 100 Recipes to Boost Your Child's Intelligence

3.59 of 5 stars 3.59  ·  rating details  ·  17 ratings  ·  4 reviews
After writing several award-winning health and nutrition titles that have had great success in the UK, Nicola Graimes makes her debut in the US market with the first book to focus on children and brain power and the foods that truly can improve intelligence and those that can hinder it. With her exciting positive twist on the link between the food that children eat and the ...more
Paperback, 128 pages
Published March 1st 2005 by Delta (first published 2004)
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I like the book.

The first part of the book described alot of nutrients and how they are good for the growing child. Information overload for me. So I didn't really appreciate that section.

The recipes use *real*, easily accessible food. Maybe more dates, nectarines, sticks of butter and pan frying than I'd like. I think you would have to have a child eating tomatoes and foods that are mixed together like peas with sourcream base sauces, to be able to greatly benefit from the recipes.

Nice photogr
Apr 28, 2008 Melissa rated it 1 of 5 stars
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I was not impressed with this book. It did have a few good ideas for snacks and how to pack a more nutritional boxed lunch. However the recipes were not something an ordinary family could make quickly nor would you have most of the ingredients on hand to make such things. I was also very disappointed that the nutritional values were not included with the recipes. Being diabetic this is important to me for not only how I eat but how my entire family eats. Overall I took away a few tips and a coup ...more
This book is about brain power foods that can improve intelligence in youngsters. It has won awards and has amazing reviews.
The illustrations are amazing and the recipes and pictures melt your mouth.
This book would be great to use in the classroom by showing the students how what foods they eat affect their brains and body's. Healthy eating does so many things to them inside and out.
REALLY good recipes! Brain-food or not, my 3-year old loved everything I made from the book!
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