We all know the effects that a poor diet can have on our physical health.
In the long term, a diet high in fat and sugar can lead to obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease and a huge range of other physical ailments.
And in the short term, a poor diet lacking in nutrients can make us fatigued, lethargic and interrupt our ability to concentrate.
But doctors and neuropsychologists are increasingly discovering the impact that our diet has on our mental health, as well as our physical health.
And this impact has a significant affect on children and how they perform at school.