Child nutrition process and habits of a food doctrine for a lifetime


  • Fabiano de Abreu Rodrigues



Longevity, longevity dietary patterns, infant nutrition, adult nutrition, nutrition in neuroscience, infant nutritional habit


Food defines, helps and influences our quality of life as well as our longevity. A Poor nutrition in childhood can reflect in problems later in adulthood with consequences in old age, just as a poor diet in adulthood can reflect in problems in old age, an adequate nutrition can increase longevity as well as quality of life. Taking into account the increase in the age group of the elderly, the need for adequate nutrition to prevent and combat age limitations, deficiencies and typical diseases of aging also increases.

The objective of this work is not to create an idea that we have to live a whole life since childhood as machines that feed in an indoctrinated way to have a better old age, but to present types of diets as options, where nutrition is favorable and fun. It is the habits that we introduce since breastfeeding and childcare that educate the child to become an adult with good eating habits.

Based on the knowledge of neuroscience, neuropsychology, psychoanalysis and clinical nutrition, present diets, preventions, examples and explanations that favor the understanding of the need and results of good nutrition. Some key points will assist us in this nutritional summary in this work:

  • Child nutrition options to help in a good childhood.
  • Habits and techniques for a fun and enjoyable nutrition.
  • How nutrition helps in mood and learning.