The Simple Feeding Change for Babies that Radically Improves Intelligence

An analysis of the academic performance of children found that those who were breast-fed as babies scored higher on tests of math, reading and writing skills at 10 years old.

More than 1,000 children were followed from before birth to age 10. By age 10, those who were breast-fed for six months or longer scored an average of 16 points higher on academic tests.

Time Magazine reports:

"Breast milk ... is loaded with nutrients that are known to enhance brain development, such as omega-3 fatty acids, which are not always included in formula. In brain studies of infants, scientists have found higher levels of omega-3 fats in the cortex of babies who were breast-fed compared with those who received formula."

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