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How Mind Power Series Can Help Your Child Think Like A Genius


Mind Power Series

Brain Power is Fun is packed with 120 fun and challenging activities which train

the children's ability to think and find the solutions themselves independently and when they are lost in the process, parents will be guided on how to teach

effectively by asking appropriate questions using a very simple and effective technique to lead their children to the solutions
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More than half of Americans are striving to put more protein on their plates, according to a survey by research firm the NPD Group. We're sprinkling protein powder into yogurt, oatmeal, and smoothies and For most of us, the answer is no. David Katz, MD, director of the Yale University Prevention Research Center, believes the protein craze is for the most part just that???another craze, like low-fat in the 1980s and low-carb in the early 2000s. "All the focus on macronutrients has been a massive boondoggle???we cut fat and got fatter and sicker; we cut carbs and got fatter and sicker," he says. "We need to stop focusing on macronutrients and instead focus on wholesome foods and healthy combinations and let the nutrients take care of themselves."

Eggs Eggs in a Basket Whole eggs are among the healthiest and most nutritious foods on the planet. They are loaded with vitamins, minerals, healthy fats, eye-protecting antioxidants and brain nutrients that most people don???t get enough of. Whole eggs are high in protein, but egg whites are almost pure protein. Protein content: 35% of calories in a whole egg. 1 large egg contains 6 grams of protein, with 78 calories. Almonds are a popular type of tree nut. They are loaded with important nutrients, including fiber, vitamin E, manganese and magnesium. Protein content: 13% of calories. 6 grams per 1 ounce (28 g) serving, with 161 calories. Other High-Protein Nuts Chicken breast is one of the most popular protein-rich foods. If you eat it without the skin, the majority of the calories in it come from protein. Chicken breast is also very easy to cook, and tastes delicious if you do it right. Protein content: 80% of calories. 1 roasted chicken breast without skin contains 53 grams, with only 284 calories. Pistachios (13% of calories) and cashews (11% of calories).

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