The Learning Lead - Volume 4, Issue 1 2017 - DHA, Choline, and Lutein Intakes are Associated with Cognitive Performance in School Age Children

Creation Date: Wednesday, Sep 13, 2017

Findings on how DHA, choline, and lutein intakes are associated with cognitive performance in school age children
opened book

Want to read the full article?

This content is for registered users only. Registration is free for healthcare professionals.


Latest Articles

The Learning Lead

Early Life Nutrition May Influence Developmental Myelination and Cognition

Previous studies have shown both the differences in myelination between exclusively breastfed and exclusively formula-fed infants. This  milestone publication also looks at how the varying...

Videos

Nutrition and the infant gut microbiota (NEW!)

The infant microbiota colonization process runs in parallel with immune system maturation, affecting intestinal physiology and regulation. Accumulating evidence suggests that microbial exposition...

Publications

Low Birth Weight Tied to Later-Life Diabetes

Two large prospective cohort studies from Shanghai, China showed that the risk of type 2 diabetes was higher among both men and women of low birthweight later in life, with a trend toward increased...