The Seed of Intelligence

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Do you want to give your child the best possible start in life?

Do you want to do it in a completely natural way, even before they take their first breath?

Your child’s brain is developing long before they make their entrance into the world and it is just as important to help it to grow at this stage of life as it is in any other.

With his latest book on child development – The Seed of Intelligence: Boost Your Baby’s Developing Brain Through Optimal Nutrition and Healthy Lifestyle – Dr Chong Chen explores the needs your unborn child has and how you can provide them, through:

  • How to sow the seeds of intelligence
  • Maintaining a healthy diet and getting adequate nutrition
  • Weight gain during pregnancy
  • Nutritional supplements
  • Avoiding toxic chemicals and environmental risks
  • Working and physical activity
  • Getting proper sleep
  • And lots more…

The importance of proper development while still in the womb cannot be overstated. By following the tried and tested advice and guidelines in this book, you will be able to give your child the perfect start in life.

Get your copy of The Seed of Intelligence today and see the difference it will make to your unborn baby.

Endorsement

The ultimate scientific FAQ collection for expecting parents! The Seed of Intelligence guides future parents through all the critical steps that one can take to ensure the optimal environment for a baby’s development in the womb and is filled with evidence-supported tips on how to maintain or boost the influence of these early health decisions in the first years of the baby’s life.

— Lucia GrosaruPsychology Corner

A groundbreaking synthesis of the state-of-the-art scientific data, The Seed of Intelligence is a great resource for all expecting parents.

Dr. Yutaka Matsuoka, Chief, Division of Health Care Research, Center for Public Health Sciences, National Cancer Center Japan

Vice President, International Society for Nutritional Psychiatry Research

Director, Japan Society for Lipid Nutrition