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The SmartKids range is available
at Holland & Barrett, Tesco,
Amazon or bioglan.co.uk
the right pace and fulﬁlling their full
potential. Aside from being on hand to
help with homework, there are things
you can do from a nutritional point of
view to help look after young brains.
Oily ﬁsh contains omega-3 fatty acid
DHA (docosahexaenoic acid), which
is a key structural component in the
brain. As it can be difﬁcult to encourage
children to eat a lot of ﬁsh, supplements
may be an alternative to make sure they
get their daily omega-3.
Formula fruity burstlets
contain high levels of
DHA, as well as B vitamins
and iron to help support
children's healthy brain
function and cognitive
development in an easy
and tasty way.
diet - however, taking a multivitamin
supplement may be a good top-up for
a child's daily nutritional needs.
SmartKids Fussy Eaters multivitamin
contains 17 key nutrients such as vitamin
D, as well as a fruit and vegetable blend,
supporting healthy growth, bone health
and the immune system.
'HE SOMETIMES STRUGGLES
- IS THERE A WAY
I CAN SUPPORT HIS
L E A R N I N G ?'
When children grow old
enough to enter school, this
can often mean even more
worry for parents.
As they begin to learn,
you want to make sure
they're developing at
PESTERING ME TO GIVE
HER SWEET TREATS - HOW
CAN I GET HER TO CHOOSE
With the huge variety of unhealthy
snacks so readily available, it's
becoming more difﬁcult for parents to
keep them out of their children's diets.
Encouraging kids to eat fruit and
vegetables isn't always easy - but there
are tricks you can use to swap their
snack for a healthy one without them
even realising what you have done.
Experts often recommend
replacing a sweet treat with a
nutritious smoothie - and the
SmartKids Superfood Shake
powder can help you do just
that. It contains nine hidden
greens, including apple,
broccoli, kale and spinach,
as well as live bacteria and vitamin
D - all masked with a rich ,chocolatey
ﬂavour that youngsters will love
whether mixed with milk, smoothies,
breakfast cereal or yogurt.
'HE WANTS TO USE
ELECTRONIC DEVICES SO
MUCH - COULD THERE BE
A growing concern for modern parents
is how much time their children are
spending on electronic devices.
Today's kids are used to a
world where everything is
done through a screen - and
while the effects aren't yet
fully known, new research
has suggested there could
be some long-term impact to
the eyesight of those growing
up in the digital age.
Limiting children's daily screen time
is a good solution, but some use of
devices is hard to avoid and can be
great for their learning.
In light of this, SmartKids Healthy
Eyes tablets have been designed to
support healthy vision - containing
lutein, riboﬂavin and vitamin A in a
tangy, forest fruits-ﬂavoured chewable
that children can enjoy every day.
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