Did you know that kids who eat nutritious food have higher IQs, perform better in school, and get into less trouble with their friends?  Also, kids who have a balanced diet get sick less often, they have stable energy levels that last them through the day, behave better in public, and enjoy a bunch of health signs such as better digestion and brighter skin.

Children’s diets today don’t only affect them in the short-run, but the health effects last throughout life.  

BUT parents and caretakers are often confused as to what is good nutrition for their children.  They receive mixed messages from the people around them and the media and end up being unsure of what to do.

Based on her book, I Want Healthy Kids, Alia Almoayed puts the spotlight on kids health and busts some nutrition myths around the topic.  Learn how to select the health information that really counts and start improving your child’s health immediately. How to make fussy eaters eat, how to boost learning, how to make healthy food appealing, and much more!

Join me on this eye-opening talk! I’m so excited! Hope to see you there.

Workshop information

Date: Thursday 10th March 2011

Time: 8:15 – 10:15am (please be on time)

Venue: British School of Bahrain (Cafeteria), Hamala


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