Healthy foods at regular intervals keep students sharp

08/25/2011 | Houston Chronicle (tiered subscription model)

Nutrient-rich lunches and snacks served at regular intervals help brain development and concentration and give children the energy they need for the school day, nutrition experts say. Registered dietitian Kari Kooi at The Methodist Hospital in Houston says children also need to drink plenty of liquids and avoid candy and snacks that drain energy.

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