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According to researchers at the University of Bristol, the diet of toddlers up to the age of three years of age will influence their future IQ.

According to researchers at the University of Bristol, the diet of toddlers up to the age of three years of age will influence their future IQ.

If they are feed junk food, it is likely that their IQ will be lower than those feed with good fresh vegetables and other nutritious foods high in vitamins and other essential nutrients.

This stands to reason as these are the years in which the initial 'burst' of brain development takes place.

For an article about this please view "Feeding Toddlers Junk Food Leads to Lower IQ" (by Fox News Health)

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