10 Back to School Better Brain Foods

Does nutrition really matter when it comes to classroom success? Join Jeanne Wisniewski NTP, CFT, BS as she discusses 10 nutrient dense, properly prepared, whole foods that help build a child’s developing brain for back to school lunches and breakfasts!

Nutrient dense, properly prepared, whole foods

Cofactors necessary for brain development and cognition

Protein, zinc, choline, folate, iodine, vitamins A,D, B6, B12 and long chain fatty acids oh my!!


Children’s brain development doesn’t just require a rich classroom experience, it also requires all the building blocks acquired through a diet rich in unprocessed whole foods.

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