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ADHD and Fats..the story continues

An Australian study has provided further evidence to support the use of polyunsaturated fatty acid supplements to relieve the symptoms of children suffering with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).  No additional effect was shown when combined with micronutrients ( vitamins and minerals).

This backs up a growing body of research that supports the view that ADHD is a phospholipid metabolism disorder and that supplementation in some way helps to compensate for this abnormal handling of fats.

 

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Date submitted:  April 2007

Source:  Sinn & Bryan, 2007 'Effects of Supplementation with Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids and micronutrients on Learning and Behaviour Problems Associated with Child ADHD'  Journal of Developmental Beahviour in Pediatrics  28 (2)  p82-91 

 
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