The Learning Lead - Volume 5, Issue 1 2017 - The Effect of Myelin-Relevant Nutrients on Brain Myelination and Cognitive Development (NEW!)

The association between brain development and nutrition has been gaining attention due to emerging evidence on the detrimental effect of nutritional deficiencies on cognitive functioning in infants.

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

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

The Learning Lead - Volume 3, Issue 1 2016 - DHA Status Shown to be Positively Associated with School Age Children’s Cognitive Performance

DHA status shown to be positively associated with school age children’s cognitive performance

The Learning Lead - Volume 2, Issue 1 2016 - Brain Nutrients: Where & How They Work Together to Support Cognitive Development and Learning

Brain nutrients: Where & how they work together to support cognitive development and learning

The Learning Lead - Volume 1, Issue 1 2015 - Specific breast milk nutrients may work together to influence cognitive abilities of 6-month-old infants

Specific breast milk nutrients may work together to influence cognitive abilities of 6-month-old infants
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The Learning Lead - Volume 5, Issue 1 2017 - The Effect of Myelin-Relevant Nutrients on Brain Myelination and Cognitive Development (NEW!)

The association between brain development and nutrition has been gaining attention due to emerging evidence on the detrimental effect of nutritional deficiencies on cognitive functioning in infants.

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