Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Eat Smart -- That Is, Eat To Be Smart

A new study reports that what you eat affects your IQ.

"Startling," "new" research shows that if you eat junk food (i.e., high in fat and sugar, and processed foods) during the critical years of neurodevelopment (i.e., up to the age of three), your IQ will be lower.  Conversely, if you eat healthy food (fruits, vegetables, etc.) during this time period, your IQ will be higher. 

And it only took a team of researchers in the year 2011 to figure this out . . .