Los ácidos grasos poliinsaturados de cadena larga en el temprano desarrollo cerebral humano.

Palabras clave: LCPUFA, Desarrollo cerebral, Niños

Resumen

Los Ácidos Grasos Polinsaturados de Cadena Larga (LCPUFA) son sustancias esenciales durante el periodo de crecimiento cerebral, además de tener potenciales efectos en la prevención de enfermedades crónicas, alérgicas y en la modulación del sistema inmune. La dieta materna, la predisposición genética y la variabilidad geográfica influyen en los niveles transferidos de estas sustancias a los hijos durante la gestación y la lactancia. Hasta el momento, para el neurodesarrollo de los niños, la suplementación de estos ácidos grasos tiene una evidencia disponible controversial. Por lo tanto, a partir de la revisión sistemática llevada a cabo por uno de los autores en 2010, este artículo revisa la evidencia actual sobre el tema.

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Lenis-Zamudio, G. F.; Delgado-Noguera, M. Los ácidos Grasos Poliinsaturados De Cadena Larga En El Temprano Desarrollo Cerebral Humano. Rev. Fac. Cienc. Salud Univ. Cauca 2012, 14, 25-30.

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