Little research has been conducted into the relationship between nutritional lipids and sleep in children. The latest DOLAB study from the University of Oxford in partnership with DSM studied the role of omega-3s in child sleep regulation. While drawing cautiously positive conclusions, it found that children with higher blood levels of omega-3 DHA benefited from better sleep. To find out more about the impact of increased DHA intake on children’s sleep, download DSM’s white paper for access to the latest research and what this means for fortified foods, beverages and dietary supplements.
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