Children with autism can make great improvements if they are fed
fish oils, scientists are claiming.
They have discovered that two-thirds of those with the condition,
which restricts the ability to communicate and make sense of the world, have a deficiency in crucial fatty acids contained
in the oils.
Children treated with fish oil supplements showed better concentration
and their disrupted sleep patterns improved.
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' Dr Gordon Bell has
been recommending that patients treat their children with a highly-refined, over-the-counter fish oil supplement called eye
"When we treat some of the kids by replacing depleted fatty acids, we see
improvement in some of the behaviours and characteristics of autism,' he said.
"Their parents report that their children are more attentive, their concentration
improves and their sleep patterns stabilise."'