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Friday, January 27, 2017

Is your child struggling at school? Feed them kale

Feeding your children kale, spinach and red meat could help them to get an A, new research suggests.

College students who are iron deficient perform significantly worse than their healthy counterparts, scientists have found.

But eating foods that are full of the nutrient could help to boost their mark by one entire letter, experts believe.

And exercising at the same time provides an even bigger increase - aiding fit teenagers in their quest to attend the best universities.



Anonymous said...

Just like climate change, this is not true. Scientists don't know nothing.

Anonymous said...

Spinach has a great sweet taste and smell. Kale and turnip greens smell like horse ducky, and I stop there. Sorry Eastern Shore, but it's true.

Anonymous said...

You aren't cooking them right.

Anonymous said...

Another red meat with lots of iron ----- LIVER! Yum!

Anonymous said...

Oven roasted kale with olive oil and sea salt is delicious. It's like potato chips, but actually good for you.

Anonymous said...


Anonymous said...

With all the right spices, I'm sure I could make a cow patty taste good, but, it's still a cow patty.