Fatty Acids for Children with Dyslexia

May 2002
Positive Health;May2002, Issue 76, p7
Examines the effectiveness of fatty acid supplement Efalex in improving the conditions of children with dyslexia and behavioral problems in Northern Ireland. Improvements in behavior and cognitive abilities; Clinical significance of a lowered fatty acid in the blood plasma; Influence of blood cell membranes to nerve cell functions.


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