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DHA Effects in Brain Development and Function
Lotte Lauritzen, Paolo Brambilla, Alessandra Mazzocchi, Laurine B. S. Harsløf, Valentina Ciappolino, and Carlo Agostoni
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2 Why Iron Deficiency Is Important in Infant Development1–3
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Long-Lasting Neural and Behavioral Effects of Iron Deficiency in Infancy
Betsy Lozoff, John Beard, James Connor, Barbara Felt, Michael Georgieff, and Timothy Schallert
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Review on iron and its importance for human health
Nazanin Abbaspour, Richard Hurrell, and Roya Kelishadi
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3999603/
Trends in the Iron Content of Foods and Consumption From Diet and the Use of Supplements
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4 Iodine and Mental Development of Children 5 Years Old and Under: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
Karim Bougma, Frances E. Aboud, Kimberly B. Harding, and Grace S. Marquis
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5 Choline status and neurodevelopmental outcomes at 5 years of age in the Seychelles Child Development Nutrition Study
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# Junior Horlicks is a nutritional food powder which as part of a balanced daily diet helps meet your child’s nutritional requirements.
This product is not an infant milk substitute or infant food for less than 2years old.