Brain DHA  supports learning and memory

Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA; 22:6n-3), is much more abundant in brain and retina than elsewhere. This alerted scientists to possible special metabolic selections and functions for DHA. Dramatic results (2:31 min videoshow the need for DHA to develop effective learning and memory. Other studies have shown the benefit of DHA during recovery from brain damage.

Building the Brain:Maternal and Infant Needs 

Selective Accumulation of DHA
Mother infant sharing of DHA
Learning and Vision Needs for DHA

Neurite extension, nerve adaptation and DHA-enhanced lipid formation. 

DHA in Neurite Outgrowth
Apoptosis
EFA Specificity in Phosphloipid Metabolism
EFA in Pineal Function 

 

revised September, 2017