Why It Is Important To Focus On Children’s Nutrition 1

24 Feb

PARENTS WANT THE BEST FOR THEIR CHILDREN

As parents, I think we can all agree we want the best for our children. Admittedly, we all have different concepts about what best is. Some parents want the best education, others the best toys, the best clothes, the best spiritual life, and yet others the best social circles. But I would think all parents would also agree with me that all these things would be secondary, if not superficial, to the physical well-being of a child.

A CHILD’S MOST BASIC NEED IS SURVIVAL

When a baby is born, what does it need more than anything in the world? Many would say a mother. But I think we can all agree that even without a mother’s love and touch, a healthy baby can survive if it is given FOOD to eat. And as it grows, the child will continue to need food to live.

LET’S AGREE THEN THAT:

1. a child’s physical well-being is the most important factor in a child’s life

2. a child cannot survive without food.

But as parents we don’t want our children to merely survive.  We want our children to be healthy and disease-free for life. More here.

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4 Responses to “Why It Is Important To Focus On Children’s Nutrition 1”

  1. thompsonnutrition February 25, 2011 at 2:48 am #

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