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Nährstoffe und Lernstörungen

Arnold, L.E.; Kleykamp, D.; Votolato, N.; Gibson, R.A.; Horrocks
L.: Potential Link Between Dietary Intake of Fatty Acids and Behaviour: Pilot Exploration of Serum Lipids in Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, in: Journal of child and Adolescent Psychopharmakology 1994, 4,3: 171-182.

Arnold, L.E.; Pinkham, S.M.; Votolato N.
Does Zinc Moderate Essential Fatty Acid and Amphetamine Treatment of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder? in: Journal of child and adolescent Psychopharmacology 2000, 10,2: 111-117.

Burgess, J.R., Stevens, L., Zhang, W., Peck
L. "Long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids in children with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder." American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 71 (2000): 327S-330S.

Hibbeln, J.R.; Linnoila, M.; Umhau, J.C.; Rawlings, R.; George, D.T.; Salem, N
Essential Fatty Acids Predict Metabolites of Serotonin and Dopamin in Cerebrospinal Fluid among Healthy Control Subjects, and Early- and Late-Onset Alcoholics, in: Biol. Psychiatry 1998, 44: 235-242.

Kozielec, T.; Starobrat-Hermelin, B.; Kotkowiak,
L.: Certain trace element deficiencies in Children with Hyperactivity, in: Psychiatria Polska 1994, 28,3: 345-353.

Mitchell, E.A.; Aman, M. G.; Turbott, S. H.; Naku,
M.: Clinical Characteristics and Serum Essential Fatty Acid Levels in Hyperactive Children, in: Clinical Pediatrics 1987, 26,8: 406-411.

Pennington, B.F.; Gilger, J.; Pauls, D; Smith, S.S.A.; Smith, S.D.; DeFries, J.C.
Evidence for a major gene transmission of developmental dyslexia, in: JAMA 1991, 18:1527-1534.

Richardson, A.J., Cox, I. Jane, Sargentoni, Janet and Puri, Basant K.
"Abnormal Cerebral Phospholipid Metabolism in Dyslexia Indicated by Phosphorus-31 Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy." NMR in Biomedicine 10 (1997): 309-314.

Richardson, A.J.; Calvin, C.M.; Clisby, C.; Schoenheimer, D.R.; Montgomery, P.; Hall, J.A.; Hebb, G. Westwood, E.; Talcott, J.B.; Stein, J.F.
Fatty acid deficiency signs predict the severity of reading and related difficulties in dyslexic children, in: Prostaglandins, Leukotrienes and Essential Fatty Acids 2000, 63: 69-74.

Richardson, A.J., Easton, Terese, Corrie, Anna C., Clisby, C and Stordy, B. Jacqueline
"Is developmental dyslexia a fatty acid deficiency syndrome?" Proceedings of The Nutrition Society. 1998.

Richardson, A.J.; Puri, B.K.
A randomized double-blind, placebo-controlled study of the effects of supplementation with highly unsaturated fatty acids on ADHD-related symptoms in children with specific learning difficulties, in: Progress in Neuro-Psycho-pharma-cology & Biological Psychiatry 2002, 26: 233-239.

Richardson, A.J.; Puri, B.K.
The potential role of fatty acids in attention-defi-cit/-hyper-activity disorder, in: Prostaglandins, Leukotrienes ans Essential Fatty Acids 2000, 63(1/2): 79-87.

Richardson, A.J. and Puri, Basant, K.
"Brain Phospholipid Metabolism in Dyslexia Assessed by Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy." In: Phospholipid Spectrum Disorder in Psychiatry, eds. M. Peet, Iain Glen, and David F. Horrobin. Carnforth, UK: Marius Press. 1999.

Richardson, A.J., Easton, Terese, McDaid, Ann Marie, Hall, Jacqueline A., Montgomery, Paul, Clisby, Christine, and Puri, Basant K.
"Essential Fatty Acids in Dyslexia: Theory, Evidence and Clinical Trials." In: Phospholipid Spectrum Disorder in Psychiatry, eds. M. Peet, Iain Glen, and David F. Horrobin. Carnforth, UK: Marius Press. 1999.

Starobarat-Hermelin, B.; Kozielec, T.
The effects of magnesium supplementation on hyperactivity in children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Positive response to magnesium oral loading test, in: Magnesium Research 1997, 10,2: 149-156.

Spivak, B.; Vered, Y; Yoran-Hegesch, R.; Averbuch, E.; Mester, R.; Graf, E.; Weizmann, A.
Circulatory levels of catecholamines, serotonin and lipids in attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, in: Acta Psychiatr. Scand 1999. 99: 300-304.

Stevens, Laura J. and Burgess, John R.
"Essential Fatty Acids in Children with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder." In: Phospholipid Spectrum Disorder in Psychiatry, eds. M. Peet, Iain Glen, and David F. Horrobin. Carnforth, UK: Marius Press. 1999.

Stevens, L.J., Zentall, S.S., Deck, J.L., Abate, Marcey, L., Watkins, Bruce A., Lipp, Steven R., and Burgess, John R.
"Essential Fatty Acid Metabolism in Boys with Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder." American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 62 (4) (1995): 761-768.

Stevens, L.J., Zentall, Sydney S., Abate, Marcey L., Kuczek, Thomas,
and Burgess, John R.

"Omega-3 Fatty Acids in Boys With Behavior, Learning, and Health Problems." Physiology & Behavior 59 (1996): 915-920.

Stordy, B. Jacqueline
"Benefit of Docosahexaenoic Acid Supplements to Dark Adaptation in Dyslexics." Lancet 346 (1995): 385.

Stordy, B. Jacqueline
"Dyslexia, Attention Deficit Disorder, Dyspraxia - Do Fatty Acids Help?" Dyslexia Review 9 (1997): 5-7.

Stordy, B. J.
"Dark adaptation, motor skills, docosahexaenoic acid and dyslexia." American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 71 (2000): 323S-326S.

Stordy, B. Jacqueline
"Long-chain Fatty Acids in the Management of Dyslexia and Dyspraxia." In: Phospholipid Spectrum Disorder in Psychiatry, eds. M. Peet, Iain Glen, and David F. Horrobin. Carnforth, UK: Marius Press. 1999.

Shahin, A.; Mohammad-Reza, M.; Mojghan K.
Zinc sulfate as an adjunct to methylphenidate for the treatment of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in children: A double blind and randomized trial.
BMC Psychiatry 2004, 4:9 (published 8 April 2004)

 

Nährstoffe und Gehirnentwicklung

Agostoni, Carlo, et al.
"Docosahexaenoic acid status and development quotient of healthy term infants." Lancet. Sept. 2 (1995): 346:638..

Anderson, J.W., Johnstone, B.M. and Remley, D.T.
"Breast-feeding and cognitive development: a meta-analysis." American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 70 (1999): 525-535.

Andraca, I., Uauy, R.
"Breast feeding for optimal mental development." World Review of Nutrition and Dietetics 78 (1995): 1-27.

Birch, Eileen E., Garfield, Sharon, Hoffman, Dennis R., Uauy, Ricardo;Birch, David G.
"A randomized controlled trial of early dietary supply of long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids and mental development in term infants." Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology 42 (2000): 174-181.

Crawford, M.A.
"The role of essential fatty acids in neural development: implications for perinatal nutrition." American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 57 (1993): 703S-710S.

Crawford, M.A., Costeloe, K., Doyle, W. Leaf, A, Leighfield, M.J., Meadows, N.; Phylactos, A. (1992)
"Essential fatty acids in early development." In: Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids in Human Nutrition, eds. U. Bracco and R.J. Deckelman. New York: Raven Press. (1992): 93-110.

Crawford, M.A., Doyle, W., Leaf, A., Leighfield, M., Ghebremeskel, K.; Phylactos, A.
"Nutrition and Neurodevelopmental Disorders." Nutrition and Health 9 (1993): 81-97.

Cunnane, S.C., Harbige, L.S. and Crawford, M.A.
"The importance of energy and nutrient supply in human brain evolution." Nutrition & Health 9 (1993): 219-235.

Horrwood, L John and Fergusson, David M.
"Breast feeding and later cognitive and academic outcomes." Pediatrics 101 (1998): 1-7.

Innis, S.M.
"Essential fatty acids and growth and development." Progress in Lipid Research 30 (1998): 39-103.

Lucas, A., Morley, R., Cole, T.J., Lister, G., Leeson-Payne, C.
"Breast milk and subsequent intelligence quotient in children born pre-term." Lancet 339 (1992): 261-264.

Makrides, M., Neumann, M., Simmer K., Pater, J., and Gibson, R.
"Are Long Chain Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids Essential Nutrients in Infancy?" Lancet 345 (1995): 1463-1468.

Morley, Ruth.
"Nutrition and Cognitive Development." Nutrition 14 (1998): 752-754.

Oski, Frank A.
"What We Eat May Determine Who We Can Be." Nutrition 13 (1997): 220-221

Reddy, S., Sanders, T.A., Obeid, O.
The influence of maternal vegetarian diet on essential fatty acid status of the newborn, in: Eur. J. Clin. Nutr. 1994, 48: 358-68.

Uauy, R., Peirano, P., Hoffman, D., Mena, P., Birch, D., Birch, E.
"Role of essential fatty acids in the function of the developing nervous system." Lipids 31 (1996): S167-S176.

Wainwright, P.E.
"Do essential fatty acids play a role in brain and behavioral development?" Neuroscience and Behavioral Reviews 16 (1992): 193-205.

Willats, P., Forsyth, J.S., DiModugno, M.K., Varma, S. and Colvin, M.
"Effect of long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids in infant formula on problem solving at 10 months of age." Lancet 352 (1998): 688-691.

Willats, P., Forsyth, J.S., DiModugno, M.K., Varma, S. and Colvin, M.
"Influence of long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids on infant cognitive function." Lipids 33 (10) (1998): 973-979.

 

Nährstoffe und Depressionen/Aggressionen

Weidner, G.; Connor, S.L.; Hollis, S.J.F.; Connor, W.E.
Improvements in hostility and depression in relation to dietary change and cholesterol lowering, in: Ann. Intern. Med. 1992, 117: 820-823.

Hibbeln, J.R., Umhau, J.C.; Linnoila, M.; George, D.T., Ragan, P.W.; Shoaf, S.E.; Vaughan, M.R.; Rawlings, R.; Salem, N.
A Replication Study of Violent and Nonviolent Subjects: Cerebrospinal Fluid Metabolites of Serotonin and Dopamine Are Predicted by Plasma Essential Fatty Acids, in: Biological Psychiatry 1998, 44: 243-249.

Alessandri, J.-M.; Guesnet, P.; Vancassel, S.; Astorg, P.; Denis, I.; Langelier, B.; AID, S.; Poumes-Ballihaut, C.; Champeil-Potokar, G; Lavialle M.
Polyunsaturated fatty acids in the central nervous system: evolution of concepts and nutritional implications throughout life. Reprod. Nutr. Dev. 44 (2004) 509-538.

Rees, A.-M.; Austin, M.-P.; Parker, G.
Role of omega-3 fatty acids as a treatment for depression in the perinatal periodAustralian an New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry 2005; 39: 274-280.

Hibbeln, J.R.
Seafood consumption, the DHA content of mothers' milk and prevalence rates of postpartum depression: a cross-national, ecological analysis.
Journal of Affective Disorders 69 (2002) 15-29.

Hamazaki, K.; Itomura, M.; Huan, M.; Nishizawa, H.; Sawazaki, S.; tanouchi, M,; Watanabe, S.; Tomohito, H.; Terasawa, K; Yazawa, K.
Effect of w-3 fatty acid-containing phospholipids on blood catecholamine concentrations in healthy volunteers: a randomized, placebo-controlled, double-blind trial.
Nutrition 21 (2005) 705-710.

 

An welche Nahrung ist der Mensch genetisch adaptiert

Angel, L.
Health as a crucial factor in the changes from hunting to developed farming in the Eastern Mediterranean, in: Cohen, M., Armelagos, G., eds. Paleopathologiy at the origins of the agriculture. Orlando: Academic press 1984, 51-73.

Broadhurst, C. Leigh, Cunnane, Stephen C. and Crawford, Michael A.
"Rift Valley Lake fish and Shellfish Provided Brain-Specific Nutrition for Early Homo." British Journal of Nutrition 79 (1998): 3-21

Cassidy, C.M.
Nutrition and health in agriculturists and hunter-gatherers: a case study of two prehistoric populations in: Jerome, N.W., Kendal, R.F.; Pelto, G.H.: Nutrititional anthropology: contemporary approaches to diet and culture. Redgrave, Bedford Hills, New York, 1980, 117-146.

Cohen, M.N.; Armelagos, G.J.
Paleopathology at the origins of agriculture. New York: Academic Press 1984, 585-601.

Cordain, L., Miller, J., Mann, N.
Scant evidence of periodic starvation among hunter-gatherers, in: Diabetologia 1999, 42: 383-4.

Lallo, J.W.; Armelagos, G.J.; Mensforth, R.P.
The role of Diet, disease, and physiology in the origin of porotic hyperostosis, in : Hum. Biol. 1977, 49: 471-483.

Mann, N.
Dietary lean red meat and human evolution, in: Europ. J. Nutr. 2000, 39: 1-9.

Mezzano, D., Munoz, X., Martinez, C., et al.
Vegetarians and cardiovascular risk factors: homostasis, inflammatory markers and plasma homocysteine, in: Thromb. Haemost 1999, 81: 913-7.Fall zu Fall unterschiedlich ausgeprägt sein können.

     
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