Nutritional Biochemistry and Behavioral Disabilities

Fishbein, Diana; Meduski, Jerzy
October 1987
Journal of Learning Disabilities;Oct1987, Vol. 20 Issue 8
Academic Journal
Discusses the relationship between diet and brain function as well as the nutritional modes of treating learning disabilities and antisocial behaviors. Advances in the behavioral sciences; Neurotransmitters and their dietary precursors; Dietary refined carbohydrates; Nutrient element concentrations; Applications of nutritional biochemistry.


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