Nutrition & learning

Murray, Joan
September 1998
FoodService Director;09/15/98, Vol. 11 Issue 9, p108
Trade Publication
Examines the link between nutrition and learning in children. Role of glucose in learning; Memory test results for children given glucose beverages; Vitamin deficiency syndromes; Importance of amino acids on learning and recall; Hormonal aspects of learning; Stimulant responses to learning; Recall factors; Importance of glucose in learning. INSET: Memory & drug impact..


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