Choline and DHA play a significant role in infant brain development with inadequate intakes leading to neurocognitive deficits. Emerging findings illustrate synergistic interactions between choline and DHA, showing that insufficient intakes of one or both could have lifelong deleterious impacts on both maternal and infant health. Vulnerable populations may require additional supplementation, particularly women during pregnancy and lactation.
Joins us and get the latest insights on the roles of choline and DHA for life-long cognitive improvements from Dr. Alex Richardson, Senior Research Associate, Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics from the University of Oxford.
How Choline & DHA are working synergistically in the body to support cognitive health?
What is the latest science showing on the benefits across the lifespan?
What do increased choline intake levels improve cognitive benefits across the lifespan?
Alex Richardson is internationally known for her research into the role of nutrition – particularly omega-3 fatty acids - in brain development and function. Her 90+ publications include controlled treatment trials in both general and clinical populations.