Press Association - October 4, 2012
Children given more fast food
meals will grow up to have a lower IQ than those regularly given
freshly-cooked meals, a study has revealed.
According to new
research, childhood nutrition has long lasting effects on IQ, even after
previous intelligence and socio-economic status are taken into account.
The study at Goldsmiths, University of London, examined whether the type
of children's daily main meal had an impact on their cognitive ability