A new study has found a direct correlation between levels of physical fitness and the results that students achieved on a standardised test. Researchers compared physical fitness and body weight measures for almost 2000 students in California who sat standardised maths, reading and language tests. Aerobic fitness was estimated by the time that it took a student to walk a mile on a flat track. The researchers found that test scores dropped more than one point for each extra minute it took the children to complete the one mile walk. Nearly two thirds of the students fell below state standards for fitness. Almost 32 per cent of the students were overweight and 28 per cent were obese. Students who met the fitness standards had higher average test scores than those who did not even allowing for socio-economic status, ethnicity and body size. The fitter the body, the fitter the mind.Meanwhile if you visit Meijer Ad that contains mostly likewise discounts with Winn Dixie Ad you surely have a range like ALDI Ad.