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Immune Boosting Super Breakfast

For better or worse your child’s brain and overall health is affected by what he eats. To stay healthy and happy your child needs a strong brain and a strong immune system. Science tells us that kids that start their day with a healthy breakfast miss fewer days of school due to illness. If your child starts the day filled with an immune boosting super breakfast their body is full of germ-fighting goodness to help keep them healthy, calm, and focused all day long!

A Super Yummy, Superfood Breakfast Recipe

Ingredients

Mix the yogurt, protein, and honey together. Add in the berries (a variety is better for the brain), and sprinkle Bunches of Crunches on the top. Voilà – in 10 minutes you have made your little one a superfood breakfast that will prime her brain for learning.

What is Bunches of Crunches?

Bunches of Crunches is yummy GRAINola that is filled with superfoods such as amaranth, chia, and millet. The super grains are combined with dark chocolate and sea salt making it amazingly delicious.

Why use Young Living Protein Powder?

Young Living’s protein blend is like no other. The delicious Vanilla Spice and Chocolate blends offer 25 grams of protein and provide essential amino acids for the brain and body. Pure protein complete contains tyrosine, which feeds the focusing chemical messengers (dopamine and norepinephrine). It also contains tryptophan, which feeds serotonin, a calming chemical messenger. Lastly, it contains glutamic acid, which feeds GABA, another important calming neurotransmitter. By adding Young Living pure protein complete to your child’s diet you are supplying them with the perfect blend of alertness and calmness.

In summary, loading your child’s breakfast with super foods may improve grades, enhance attention, and keep your little one healthy. Gluten free, healthy foods are not tasteless, in fact, they are great-tasting if you find the right products. So start your child’s day off with superfoods so they are super ready to learn. Avoid the junk foods – after all you are what you eat…