[Interview] Prof. John Stein On Fish Oil And Dyslexia

Learn about the effects of Omega-3 in fish oils to people with dyslexia on ABC-Australia’s interview with Prof. John Stein.

Omega-3s are essential because they oil the brain”

Prof. John Stein, an Emeritus Professor of Neuroscience from the University of Oxford, was quoted in the recent Melbourne Age headline, “Snake Oil or Saviour”. Prof. Stein is in Sydney to speak about the power of Omega-3, commonly found in fish oils, in The Learning Difference Convention 2017.

Dyslexia is a learning difficulty that primarily affects the skills involved in accurate and fluent word reading and spelling. And it thought as a “continuum” with no clear cut-off points and not as a distinct category.In addition, dyslexia is generally characterized by such difficulties in:

  • Phonological awareness
  • Verbal memory
  • Verbal Processing Speed
  • Intellectual abilities
  • Motor coordination
  • Aspects of language
  • Concentration
  • Mental Calculation
  • Personal organisation

Listen and learn about fish oil and how it affects dyslexic children and jail offenders today!


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