The British government is considering giving food supplements to school pupils in an effort to improve behavior and performance.

The British government is considering giving food supplements to school pupils in an effort to improve behavior and performance, the BBC reports.

A DfES spokesman said: “The government is committed to ensuring that children are provided with the healthy food and nutrients they require during the school day, not just to aid their physical health, but to ensure they can study hard and behave well.

“The Food Standards Agency is currently conducting a systematic review of research looking at the effect of nutrition and diet on performance and behaviour of children in schools.

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