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2. Give them a balanced diet
2. Give them a balanced diet
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Prepare well-balanced foods for your children to make sure they get the right nutrition and also avoid illness.

Cut down on high sugar and high fat foods as they can make kids hyperactive and moody, and stay away from caffeinated drinks.

According to a report by the BBC, research has shown that students who eat breakfast perform better in exams.

Choose slow-release carbs, such as whole grain bread, for slow-release energy, and proteins such as milk and eggs to keep them feeling full for longer.

Also, make sure they drink a lot of water and stay well hydrated to avoid tiredness and reduced alertness.

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