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DHA during pregnancy does not appear to improve cognitive outcomes for children (5/8/2014)

Although there are recommendations for pregnant women to increase their intake of the omega-3 fatty acid docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) to improve fetal brain development, a randomized trial finds that prenatal DHA supplementation did not result in improved cognitive, problem-solving or language abilities for children at four years of age, according to the study in the May 7 issue of JAMA, a theme issue on child health. This issue is being released early to coincide with the Pediatric Academic Societies Annual Meeting. ...> Full Article


Diets low in polyunsaturated fatty acids may be a problem for youngsters (9/21/2013)

In the first study to closely examine the polyunsaturated fatty acid intake among US children under the age of five, Sarah Keim, Ph.D., principal investigator in the Center for Biobehavioral Health at The Research Institute at Nationwide Children's Hospital, has found what might be a troubling deficit in the diet of many youngsters. ...> Full Article


Diet during pregnancy and early life affects children's behavior and intelligence (9/20/2013)

The statement "you are what you eat" is significant for the development of optimum mental performance in children as evidence is accumulating to show that nutrition pre-birth and in early life "programmes" long term health, well being, brain development and mental performance and that certain nutrients are important to this process. ...> Full Article



Adolescents are what they don't eat, too (8/6/2013)

Adolescents are what they don't eat, tooDiets lacking omega-3 fatty acids -- found in foods like wild fish, eggs, and grass-fed livestock -- can have worsened effects over consecutive generations, especially affecting teens, according to a University of Pittsburgh study. ...> Full Article


Study: No link between mercury exposure and autism-like behaviors (8/3/2013)

The potential impact of exposure to low levels of mercury on the developing brain -- specifically by women consuming fish during pregnancy -- has long been the source of concern and some have argued that the chemical may be responsible for behavioral disorders such as autism. However, a new study that draws upon more than 30 years of research in the Republic of Seychelles reports that there is no association between pre-natal mercury exposure and autism-like behaviors. ...> Full Article


Despite health benefits, most children and adults have a 'nutrition gap' in omega-3 fatty acids (8/2/2013)

Because of a diet low in fish and seafood, children and adults in North America and other parts of the world, have a "nutrition gap" of omega-3 fatty acids, particularly docosahexaenoic acid and eicosapentaenoic acid,according to a presentation at the 2013 Institute of Food Technologists Annual Meeting & Expo in Chicago. ...> Full Article


Kids' allergies may correlate with omega-3, omega-6 lipid levels in cord blood (7/31/2013)

Children with high proportions of poly-unsaturated fatty acids in cord blood at birth are more likely to develop respiratory and skin allergies in their early teens, according to research published July 10 in the open-access journal PLOS ONE by Malin Barman and colleagues from the Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden. ...> Full Article


Prenatal DHA reduces early preterm birth, low birth weight (3/11/2013)

University of Kansas researchers have found that the infants of mothers who were given 600 milligrams of the omega-3 fatty acid DHA during pregnancy weighed more at birth and were less likely to be very low birth weight and born before 34 weeks gestation than infants of mothers who were given a placebo. ...> Full Article


Study advances LSUHSC research, shows fish oil component reduces brain damage in newborns (3/7/2013)

Research conducted by a team of scientists from Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons and Dr. Nicolas Bazan, Boyd Professor and Director of the Neuroscience Center of Excellence at LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans, found the novel use of a component of fish oil reduced brain trauma in newborn mice. ...> Full Article


Salmon baby food? Babies need omega-3s and a taste for fish, scientist says (8/26/2010)

Has your toddler eaten fish today? A University of Illinois food science professor has two important reasons for including seafood in your young child's diet, reasons that have motivated her work in helping to develop a tasty, nutritious salmon baby food for toddlers. ...> Full Article

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