Nutritional supplements on child cognitive health

Tuesday, Dec 04, 2018

This meta-analysis showed nutritional supplement was beneficial to the cognitive development of children in developing countries, where the outcomes could be optimized with the provision of multiple nutrients, such as iron, zinc, calcium, vitamin B2, and protein.

Reference:

Ip P, et al. Impact of nutritional supplements on cognitive development of children in developing countries: A meta-analysis. Sci Rep. 2017;7(1):10611.
 

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