WHAT YOUR CHILD EATS AT BREAKFAST CAN MAKE OR BREAK HIS OR HER DAY AT SCHOOL...

15 Quick & Simple School Day BReakfast Ideas for Kids with ADHD

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    “Hi, Anna, I'm so grateful to have found you. You're brilliant!! Everything in this video is exactly what Doctors aren't telling parents and SHOULD be. I truly believe every word you said. God bless you! Please, keep sharing this valuable information.”

    Mia Brady

    Los Angeles, CA

    What you get:

    -> 15 delicious kid-friendly breakfast ideas that you can easily make in 30 minutes or less, or make the night before...

    -> safe time in the morning while feeding your family...

    -> a calm and well-fed child in school...


    What is it all about?

    Eating a breakfast of highly processed and refined carbohydrates, such as a sugar-sweetened cereal or breakfast bars leaves the body feeling hungry soon after eating and the brain not able to focus and control emotions.

    On the other hand, a balanced breakfast consists of protein, fiber, and healthy fats will provide an even energy levels to fuel the brain and the body.

    Try to eat breakfast within two hours of waking up. The goal is to nutrient-dense foods that feeds the brain while providing a sustainable source of energy.