|The right diet can help improve children's learning ability, concentration and behaviour, and so lead to a better academic performance, a nutrition expert has said.
Rita Stoffaneller, the senior nutritionist from Efamol, a supplement company, believes that providing a nutritious lunch for a child will not just keep them healthy, but will help them in the classroom too.
"Every parent wants their child to achieve the best they can in school, and to help give them the best start possible," she said.
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