Omega-3

Preventing Disease and Improving Health Starts Early In Life

October 13, 2013

Disease prevention and good health is not a goal just for adults. NC Research Campus scientists are contributing scientific findings that show a a lifetime of good health starts as early as infancy with a mother’s diet and her genotype playing a critical role. As a child grows, their eating habits and activity level determine their risk for […]

Omega-3 Intake Linked to Higher Cognition in Infants, Toddlers and Young Children

September 28, 2013

Adults may be aware of the amount of omega-3 and other fatty acids in their diet, but most may not be thinking about the impact of fatty acids on their children, especially their cognitive abilities. The role of fatty acids and nutrients like choline, iron, and zinc on the cognitive abilities of children is exactly […]