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Brainy Babies: Is it Genes, Diet, or Playing the Right Baby Games that Tip the Scales?

As parents we all want the best for our children, so how do we give them the right idea and the first few months of life?

It is a good combination of diet and your interaction and encouragement with some easy-to-use baby gamesthat can give your child the best start in terms of brain development.

Pregnant women are well aware of the need for extra folic acid in the early stages of pregnancy but what about the fats that make up most of the brain, especially essential fatty acids?

It is well known that breastfeeding babies have a slightly higher IQ, so the phrase 'best breast' still occurs for many health reasons. Dietary fats (omega 3 and 6) for pregnant and breastfeeding mothers, along with essential vitamins and minerals, have been shown to aid in the mental development of their baby. At birth your baby is almost 70% of the adult brain size. The greatest brain growth occurs in infants and is almost complete when your child is 5-6 years old. Closer scrutiny of your diet (and your child's) during these formative years is certainly a deciding factor in development.

Omega 3 fatty acids are found in tuna, salmon and mackerel, and are non-fish dietary supplements available. Omega 6 is generally consumed by the general population, which is found in cereals, cereals, poultry and eggs. Being aware of your intake, especially omega 3 is beneficial for your heart and brain functions as well as your newborn or newborn.

In addition, poor diet in young children is associated with allergies, poor concentration, learning and behavior problems. Intelligence has been proven to be only part of the descent, it is a combination of descent and diet. Setting a good example for our children from the beginning is very important. Eat a balanced diet when they are breastfeeding and provide healthy, fresh and light snacks when they are young children towards energetic and energetic children.

So get out the salmon for dinner and get ready for some fun baby games for your toddler.



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