TITLE

Hyperkinesis and Learning Disabilities Linked to the Ingestion of Artificial Food Colors and Flavors

AUTHOR(S)
Feingold, Ben F.
PUB. DATE
November 1976
SOURCE
Journal of Learning Disabilities;Nov1976, Vol. 9 Issue 9
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Examines the link between the ingestion of artificial food colors and flavors and hyperkinesis and learning disabilities. Historical background of hyperkinesis and learning disabilities; Response of hyperkinetic children to the Kaiser-Permanente diet; Behavioral toxicology of artificial foods and flavors.
ACCESSION #
4727545

 

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