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  The word 'diet', of Greek and Latin origin, refers to a style and way of life and is normally associated with good dietary habits and a healthy approach to correct living. Rules and regulation that apply to our mouth and stomach, imply wholesome and selective eating, guiding us to choose quality and to not exceed in quantity...  
 
But don't we 'eat' images, sounds and words, too?
This holds true for everyone, but can be decisive for children and youngsters who are in the most delicate phase of their development. More so in today's multimedia world which abounds in stimuli, at times overwelming even for an adult. The impact of this 'subtle food' can flood emotions, affect thoughts and determine behaviour patterns. It is so powerful that it leaves a permanent impression on the subconscious of the growing child.
 
  In the same way that good eating habits ensure strength, agility and correct func-tioning of our body, quality stimuli and positive perceptions create the premises for a happy and healthy personality.  
 
 
Is there a diet for the senses, suitable
for kids like me?