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Food and behaviour is a topic that affects everyone. What we eat – or what we neglect to eat – has a profound impact on our brains. In a world where mental health problems are a bigger drain on health services than heart conditions and cancer combined, what we need is more information and a bigger soapbox to shout it from.

This is a primary aim of our website. To present news and research on all matters relating to nutrition and mental health, representing a unique and ever-growing database of new developments and insights as and when they happen. 

We also include links to relevant literature and resources; while Associate Members can access exclusive video presentations from some of the leading researchers in the field.


Devil In The Milk

Devil In The Milk. Illness, health and politics

A1 and A2 Milk

by Keith Woodford
(Updated edition)

Recent news stories added to the site include several on the theme of obesity, ranging from what happens in the brains of teens at risk of obesity, to  early weight gain and its links to childhood obesity. You’ll also find the grim news of US child obesity, and a thought-provoking piece from the Conversation, ‘Junk food’ and the consumer blame game.

We’ve also added several stories looking at the importance of a the gut-brain axis. Recent areas of research here cover the gut microbiome’s links to Parkinson’s diseasegood memoryanxiety, and general mental health.

On the theme of Omega-3, you can read new evidence of its positive effects on attention, hyperactivity, and cognitive function, and how a deficiency of both omega-3 and omega-6 has been linked to linked to schizophrenic symptoms.

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