ORGANISED BY FOOD AND BEHAVIOUR RESEARCH
Start Date: 04 September 2013
End Date: 04 September 2013
Duration 10.00 - 3.00
Location 35-43 Lincoln’s Inn Fields, London WC2A 3PE
Venue Royal College of Surgeons
Programme and Abstracts:
A document with the programme, speaker details and abstracts, summarising the content of the day's presentations may be downloaded at the link below.
About the event:
FAB Research held this special invitation-only symposium where researchers from the DHA Oxford Learning and Behaviour (DOLAB) Studies came together with other leading experts and stakeholders to give their unique perspectives and discuss the very latest research findings and their implications for future research, policy and practice.
'Omega-3' has become a 'hot topic' - but much of the media coverage it attracts tends to generate more heat than light, especially in relation to children's behaviour and learning. At this event, the audience learned what 'Omega-3' really means, which of these fats are most important, and why, and what the very latest evidence actually shows.
The symposium was chaired by Lucy Jones, Registered Dietitian and Presenter of Channel 4's The Food Hospital.
What was discussed: