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News 07 September 2005 - The Independent - Go to school on an egg
Research Paper Bottiglieri & Diaz-Arrastia 2005 - Hyperhomocysteinemia and cognitive function: more than just a casual link?
Research Paper Young et al 2005 - Effect of randomized supplementation with high dose olive, flax or fish oil on serum phospholipid fatty acid levels in adults with ADHD.
Research Paper Galler et al 2005 - Behavioral Effects of Childhood Malnutrition
Research Paper Liu et al 2005 - Reply to Galler et al - Behavioral Effects of Childhood Malnutrition
Research Paper Ravaglia et al 2005 - Homocysteine and folate as risk factors for dementia and Alzheimer disease.
Research Paper Tucker et al 2005 - High homocysteine and low B vitamins predict cognitive decline in aging men
Research Paper Yuen et al 2005 - Omega-3 in chronic epilepsy: a randomised trial
Research Paper Jin et al 2005 - Effects of carnosine on amygdaloid-kindled seizures
Link The National Autistic Society (NAS)
Research Paper Tabet 2005 - Obesity and dementia risk: Dietary fat and sugar may hold the clue
News 15 August 2005 - BBC Website - Folic acid 'cuts dementia risk'
News 10 August 2005 - BBC - The Great Food Divide
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