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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
Link NetMums
Research Paper Dunstan & Prescott 2005 - Does fish oil supplementation in pregnancy reduce the risk of allergic disease in infants?
News 19 May 2005 - BBC Website - Vitamin E cuts Parkinson's risk
Research Paper Etminan et al 2005 - Intake of vitamin E, vitamin C, and carotenoids and risk of Parkinson's disease
Research Paper Norris et al 2005 - Risk of celiac disease and timing of gluten introduction into infant diets
News 15 May 2005 - The Observer - It's supposed to be lean cuisine. So why is this chicken fatter than it looks?
News 05 May 2005 - The Guardian - Why it's time we faced fats
News 02 May 2005 - The Guardian - Children's diet link to disorders
Research Paper Richardson & Montgomery 2005 - The Oxford-Durham Study: A Randomized, Controlled Trial of Dietary Supplementation With Fatty Acids in Children With DCD (dyspraxia)
Research Paper Thomas et al 2004 - Plasma fatty acids of neonates born to mothers with and without gestational diabetes.
News 10 April 2005 - The Observer - What's for tea?
News 10 April 2005 - The Observer - What your children should eat
News 10 April 2005 - The Observer - What not to feed your child
Research Paper Bazan 2005 - Neuroprotectin D1 (NPD1): a DHA-derived mediator that protects brain and retina against cell injury-induced oxidative stress.
Research Paper Bushara 2005 - Neurologic presentation of celiac disease.
Research Paper Choi et al 2005 - Anti-inflammatory roles of retinoic acid in rat brain astrocytes