fit babies make smarter children.
PREVENTING VIOLENCE FROM THE WOMB
Can a violent nature be prevented? The short answer: yes, for the most part, but not always. A violent nature doesn’t just happen; it is not in our human nature when healthy, to kill adorable little children, or anyone for that matter. We need to look for the root cause of these horrendous incidences rather than blame the wrong end of the problem.This is a mental health issue. Not a.... <-read more
PRENATAL EXERCISE PREVENTS ALZHEIMERS
A study from the University of Essen, Germany, found that prenatal exercise can have long term preventative effects of neurological disease in the child, by creating better nerve connections.
EARLY TO BED, EARLY TO RISE = LESS FAT
New findings in sleep patterns finds; not only does less sleep cause weight gain, the time of sleep matters too. Children that go early to bed and rise early are leaner than kids that stay up late and get up late, according to scientist @ University of South Australia. The difference can be attributed to acitivities, as children that go to bed late, spend more time on TV and computers and early risers are more active.
A HEALTHY DIET "BEFORE" PREGNANCY PREVENTS BIRTH-DEFECTS
Research at Stanford University found that women who ate a healthy diet in the year before concieving gave birth to fewer babies with neural tube defects of brain or spine, and cleft lip defects. Women that consumed the most fruit and vegetables, whole grains, lean protein, fish & healthy olive oils had a 24-51% less risk of having a baby with a birth defect.