The Whole Child

Can Eating Fruits and Vegetables Make Us Smart?

    

Inspire One Simple Change for a Healthier and Happier Family!

In the book, A Compromised Generation, Beth Lambert reveals how seemingly benign elements of American culture are making millions of children chronically ill, disabled, or dysfunctional.

Children are being diagnosed with illnesses such as autism, asthma, allergies, and ADHD at a breathtaking rate. The etiology of autism continues to confound mainstream medicine, yet parents, medical researchers, and healthcare practitioners dedicated to unraveling the mystery are beginning to put the pieces of the puzzle into place.

They have found that environmental factors that cause autism are the same ones causing epidemics of ADHD, juvenile diabetes, asthma, gastrointestinal disorders, and many other chronic illnesses. Although the specific pathophysiology of each individual child’s illness varies, they all have the same basic underlying causes.

It is a perfect storm of environmental factors including decades of pharmaceutical over-usage, toxic or nutritionally anemic diets, excessive exposure to environmental toxins, specific American habits and lifestyles, and excessive or improperly administered vaccines.

A Compromised Generation provides details on how this epidemic can be reversed and how to prevent more children from becoming ill, supplying evidence that children can recover from chronic illnesses, including autism, by altering their environmental influences and by stepping outside of the traditional western medical paradigm.  (Lambert B., 2010)

Does Good Nutrition Affect How Well We Read and Learn?

In 2011 the World Bank conducted a research project called “Rethinking School Health”. This study looks at schools and education in different countries around the world.  They wanted to identify what practices were most effective in preparing a child to be ready and able to learn in school.

They identified many factors that contribute to a student’s ability to progress in school but in general, the role of good health and nutrition were found to be major factors in a student’s achievement level. (Rethinking School Health, 2011)

How Can I Increase Nutrition In this Fast-Food World AND Help My Child Be Successful in School?

If we’re being honest, most of us would agree that our family’s diet could be better. That is why it’s so important to supplement our diet on a daily basis with whole food nutrition.

We know that kids with learning difficulties and in particular, those kids with ADHD are more likely to have nutritional challenges.

Studies find that kids who take Juice Plus nutritional supplements missed less days at school, were more sociable with their classmates and participated in sports and after school programs more often.

Juice Plus is a nutritional supplement that is made by juicing fruits and vegetables and then dehydrating them and placing them in capsules.  (There is also a gummy version available for younger kids).  The process is done in such a way that it maintains the nutritional quality of the fruits and vegetable.  Each capsule contains a super-charged dose of anti-oxidant nutrition.

Adding this one simple change and getting better nutrition in their diets, started a positive pattern in the lives of over 150,000 families!  (Read the results of the Children’s Health Survey below)

You’re GIVING AWAY nutritional supplements to my child?

Juice Plus GIVES THIS PRODUCT AWAY FREE to a child when one adult orders the product for themselves, when you join the Children’s Research Project. Juice Plus asks that you monitor changes to your child’s health and performance in school (this is voluntary!) and how they interact with friends and family by filling out the Children’s Health Survey every 3 months. 150,000 families have participated in this over the past 10 years and here’s what parents say:

They and their child are:

  • Eating less fast food and drinking fewer soft drinks
  • Drinking more water
  • Visiting the doctor less
  • Missing fewer days of school or work
  • Taking fewer over-the-counter and/or prescription drugs
  • More aware of their health and wellness
  • Reaping a positive benefit of some kind

It makes sense to initiate One Simple Change.  Make your kid’s diet richer for one year and see if there are positive changes.  What do you have to lose?

Listen to Dr. William Sears, a world renown author and pediatrician talk about child health.

He talks about how a diet with poor nutritional value can affect a child’s behavior, making it appear that they have ADHD.

He also talks about good nutrition being the foundation to reading and learning.  He nails the nutrition piece!

Watch these videos to get a clear understanding of the importance of a healthy diet and how it influences your child’s learning skills.

              

Order Juice Plus today.

You’re Giving Away Free Juice Plus?

YES!

We are so certain that good food and good nutrition are the foundation to learning skills that we are offering FREE NUTRITIONAL SUPPLEMENTS FOR YOUR CHILD with every adult order placed.

You can read about the benefits of the adding whole-food nutrition to your child’s diet and the results of the CHILDREN’S RESEARCH PROJECT by clicking the BUY NOW button.  Then click the orange tab at the top “CHILDREN’S RESEARCH”

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If you want to order Juice Plus without the free product, or if you want to read the independent studies confirming the effectiveness of this nutritional supplement (there are currently 28 independent studies from research in the U.S. and abroad),  click here:

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Can Eating Fruits and Vegetables Make Us Smart?

Simple answer:

YES

Happy child!   Happy family!

We wish you warm regards as you navigate your way through your child’s unique learning issues.