Journal: European Journal of Pediatric Neurology
Publication Date: 09/2012
Summary: Oxalates levels found to be elevated 2.5- 3 times higher in children with autistic spectrum disorder than children who do not have autistic spectrum disorder
Publication Date: 02/2012
Summary: Case report of a 2 year old that presented with diabetic ketoacidosis and a history of epilepsy. She was treated with a ketogenic diet, insulin and fluids. During a 10 month follow up she had no additional seizures or episodes of diabetic ketoacidosis.
Journal: European Journal of Internal Medicine
Publication Date: 04/2011
Summary: A review of the role of an excess of dietary carbohydrates and deficiency of dietary fats and cholesterol in the devlopment of Alzheimer’s disease.
Journal: European Journal of Epidemiology
Publication Date: 06/2010
Summary: Cross-sectional study of 20,086 Chinese men and women aged ≥ 50 years from the Guangzhou Biobank Cohort Study. More frequent childhood meat eating was associated with better cognition through to old age.
Journal: American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry
Publication Date: 09/2008
Summary: In oldest old nondemented noncarriers of the APOE4 allele, high cholesterol is associated with better memory function. Further examination of the role of APOE genotype on the association between cholesterol and cognitive performance, especially in the oldest old is warranted.
Publication Date: 05/2004
Summary: A high consumption of animal fat and cholesterol was associated with a reduced risk of cerebral infarction death in a observational study of Japanese men
Journal: The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
Publication Date: 09/2000
Summary: Data on dietary intake, psychological test performance, and biochemical variables of cobalamin status were collected from 48 adolescents who consumed macrobiotic (vegan type) diets up to the age of 6 y, subsequently followed by lactovegetarian or omnivorous diets, and from 24 subjects (aged 10–18 y) who were fed omnivorous diets from birth onward. Our data suggest that cobalamin deficiency, in the absence of hematologic signs, may lead to impaired cognitive performance in adolescents.