Children's eating habits its are very sparse all over the world. Many families and feeding their children nutritious meals while others are letting junk food take over their main food courses. However, many parents are unaware of the potential danger and outcomes from the poor meals and junk food that would most likely change their views and opinions. In Britain new evidence has been discovered that feeding children innutritious food is in fact, lowering their IQ. A test has been proven that over the childhood years from age 3-8, kids who eat healthy meals have an IQ up to 5 points higher on average than kids who do not eat healthy meals. Eating healthy does not only raise IQ's but much more such as keeping them healthy and. This raised IQ helps children in many ways like school, peer pressure and choosing the right friends. Parents need to weigh the costs and benefits of their children choosing between feeding their kids unhealthy food that taste good or healthy food not tasting as good but potentially raising their IQ.