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Journal Article

Journal article

Synthetic food colouring and behavioural change in children with attention deficit disorder: a double-blind, placebo controlled, repeated measures study. [Conference paper]  [1990]

Sarantinos, J.; Briggs, D.R. (Deakin Univ., Geelong (Australia). Dept. of Human Nutrition); Rowe, K.S. (Royal Children's Hospital, Parkville (Australia). Dept. of Paediatrics);

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A study of 13 children 4-14 years old, placed on a diet free of synthetic food colouring, showed that the behaviour of 9 had apparently improved.

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Proceedings of the Nutrition Society of Australia (Australia)

ISSN : 0314-1004