Hello. My name is Aleksandr Petrovykh and I am a senior in high school. To graduate we need to do a project and write a paper. For the paper we need to do a few interviews. My project is on nutrition so I was wondering if you could answer a few questions that I have.
How does poor nutrition affect a Childs ability to learn?
Can poor nutrition leave irreplaceable damage?
What are the needed nutrients for the mind to grow?
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Although the book the *Bell Curve* is highly controversial, the parts about childhood nutrition are not. You might have a look at that. Arthur Jensen's *g* also has some material on it, I think. *g* is a better book, overall.
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Aleksandr, you might find some helpful info in the books "The Ultramind Solution" and "Primal Body, Primal Mind".
nice try, but here's a hint: try googling for different nutrients and "prenatal." for example, google: zinc prenatal deficiency. that should get you started.
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