The Brain on Lipids: A Different Approach to Managing ADHD Through Nutrition
Recent research suggests complex lipid imbalances may be an underlying biological component of ADHD.
VAYA Pharma's Director of Scientific Affairs Dr. Gali Artzi guest blogs in ADDitude magazine to discuss the connection between lipids, specifically Omega-3 fatty acids, and attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Dr. Artzi also discusses findings on omega-3s delivered in a phospholipid composition (specifically phosphatidylserine attached to omega-3s, or commonly known as “PS-Omega-3s”) on the reduction of ADHD symptoms.
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