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News 15 August 2005 - BBC Website - Folic acid 'cuts dementia risk'
News 04 August 2005 - BBC Website - Folic acid linked to birth weight
Research Paper Arnold & DiSilvestro 2005 - Zinc in attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder.
Research Paper Erlanson-Albertsson 2005 - How palatable food disrupts appetite regulation
Research Paper Fontani et al, 2005 - Blood profiles, body fat and mood state in healthy subjects on different diets supplemented with Omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids.
Research Paper Peet 2005 - Omega-3 fatty acids in the treatment of psychiatric disorders
Research Paper Rosell et al 2005 - Long-chain n-3 PUFA in plasma in British meat-eating, vegetarian, and vegan men
Research Paper Virmani et al 2005 - Effects of Metabolic Modifiers Such as Carnitines, Coenzyme Q10, and PUFAs against Neurotoxic Insults
Research Paper Yehuda et al, 2005 - Mixture of essential fatty acids lowers test anxiety.
Research Paper Zhang et al 2005 - Dietary Fat Intake Associated with Psychosocial and Cognitive Functioning of School-Aged Children in the US
Research Paper Lobstein and Dibb 2005 - Evidence of a possible link between obesogenic food advertising and child overweight
Research Paper Andre et al 2005 - Plasmalogen metabolism-related enzymes in rat brain during aging: influence of n-3 fatty acid intake.
News 15 July 2005 - BBC Website - Gut problem link to baby weaning
Research Paper Puri et al 2005 - Ethyl-EPA in Huntington disease: a randomised controlled trial
Research Paper Wiles et al 2005 - Birth weight and psychological distress at age 45-51 years: results from the Aberdeen Children of the 1950s cohort study
Research Paper Becker et al 2005 - Transient prenatal vitamin D deficiency is associated with subtle alterations in learning and memory functions in adult rats.
News 14 June 2005 - BBC Website - Right diet 'could help stop PMS'
Link The Allergy Alliance
Research Paper Whitmer et al 2005 - Obesity in middle age and future risk of dementia
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