Video Teaser: Nutritional Deficiencies: Cognitive and Social Development Among Toddlers
Speakers: Maureen Black
Nutritional deficiencies during early life can have an immediate impact on cognitive and social development with consequences that extend over the entire life-course and may affect the next generation. The most common nutritional deficiency globally is related to iron.
Iron has a substantial role in brain development of infants and toddlers and aids transport of oxygen to the brain. Iron deficiency anaemia in infants and toddlers less than 2 years of age is associated with poor cognitive development.
This is a video teaser with key points of the presentation of Professor Maureen Black during the NNI Satellite Symposia at IPA 2019. Click in the link below if you want to see Professor Maureen Black’s full talk: