4. Taking Care of Their Health

There are many aspects to health, such as adequate sleep and water, the right diet, exercise, and even supplements and tonics. There is no substitute for eight hours of sleep every night, and this is the best health advice anyone can give your child. Sleeping helps to retain information and repair any bodily damage, giving them an energy boost the next day. A “zombiefied” child will not be acing any exams. 

The right diet is different for every individual, and the consensus is to avoid fast food, junk food, snacks, sugary drinks and desserts for the most part. All things in moderation, and a little comfort food on days when they crave for it is still permissible. In general, incorporate more vegetables and lean meat in their diet for better nutrition, and a diverse diet is more important than any particular “superfood” that is in trend. 


4. Taking Care of Their Health

There are many aspects to health, such as adequate sleep and water, the right diet, exercise, and even supplements and tonics. There is no substitute for eight hours of sleep every night, and this is the best health advice anyone can give your child. Sleeping helps to retain information and repair any bodily damage, giving them an energy boost the next day. A “zombiefied” child will not be acing any exams. 

The right diet is different for every individual, and the consensus is to avoid fast food, junk food, snacks, sugary drinks and desserts for the most part. All things in moderation, and a little comfort food on days when they crave for it is still permissible. In general, incorporate more vegetables and lean meat in their diet for better nutrition, and a diverse diet is more important than any particular “superfood” that is in trend.