The Cause of Naughty Children Because Often Consuming This Type of Food

The doctor who is also a preacher, dr. Zaidul Akbar once said that naughty children are not because of their nature but because they often consume the following types of food

Many parents often complain and are sometimes irritated by their child's misbehavior. So that parents today seem impatient with their children.

Yes, besides being adorable, children in general have a naughty nature that is often shown.

A doctor who is also an expert in sunnah medicine, dr. Zaidul Akbar on one occasion explained about the cause of children being naughty, which was not because of nature.

Naughty children are not because they have bad qualities, but because there is something wrong with what they consume.

So if you find yourself or your child or anyone else, who has a bad attitude, chances are there is something wrong with what you eat.

dr. Zaidul Akbar said that good food will produce a good mood. On the other hand, bad food will result in a bad mood or emotion as well.

So, if your child or anyone else has a problem with mood swings, then it's a sign of a bad gut.

Therefore, it is very important to pay attention to the intake that enters the child's body or yourself.

Because bad food is one of the factors that cause children to be naughty or have a bad attitude.

Types of food that are not well consumed and can cause children to become naughty are junk food, instant food, or other bad foods that are detrimental to health, especially digestion.

By regularly consuming these bad foods, in addition to making children naughty, it is not impossible to contract degenerative diseases such as heart disease, cancer, osteoporosis, and other diseases.

Before contracting this degenerative disease, someone who often consumes bad food, usually his body will give a signal with complaints.

The complaint according to dr. Zaidul Akbar can be in the form of mood swings, fatigue, dizziness, anxiety that is not clear and even sensitive to certain types of food.

dr. Zaidul Akbar emphasized that true health is not the absence of disease, but true health is the emergence of the vitality of the body.
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