Nutrition and brain development in early life

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Nutrition and Early Brain Development
Summary of research1 Location: Sheep models of intrauterine growth restriction: As shown in Table 1 , essential fatty acids EFA and their derivatives are important for membrane function, synapse function, and myelination. Finally, a brief review of human studies is presented, focusing on research from low- and middle-income countries, where multiple nutrient deficiencies are prevalent among pregnant women and children. Gestational and early postnatal hypothyroidism in rodents leads to reduced myelination. Together, this evidence suggests that adequate nutrition during pregnancy and throughout infancy is necessary for optimal cognitive development. Similarly, infant zinc supplementation has not been demonstrated to improve cognitive development.

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