Is DHA important for children beyond infancy?
During the first decade and a half of life, the brain continues to grow. Learning, both in school and out of school, is the primary occupation of most kids this age. Language and math skills are established. Athletic coordination is developed. Social graces are instilled. Artistic and musical appreciation, emotional expression, and even spiritual awareness all begin. In short, who we are the rest of our lives is largely laid down during these exciting, and sometimes turbulent years. If we could peek inside the brain of a child as he learns to play the piano or ride a bicycle, we would see neurons forming countless new connections, and the synapses wild with chemical and electrical activity. Each new word learned, each new thought and feeling, each new memory are all recorded as permanent, physical changes in the brain. And each require DHA to form properly.
Address: 5636 Lemon Ave.
Dallas TX 75209
Phone: +1 214 5203694