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Ultra-processed food linked to higher risk of depression, research finds
Dietary Interventions for ADHD: Emerging Research and Considerations
Is there an association between the consumption of ultra-processed food and adverse microbiota-gut-brain axis implications?
Common food dye can trigger inflammatory bowel diseases, say researchers
Webinar - Smarter Food, Smarter Kids - Resolving the Attention Deficit Disaster
'Gateway' foods like candy may lead to unhealthy teen eating
8 Foods That Contribute to Anxiety and Depression
Could consuming processed foods contribute to poor mental health?
Plant-based burgers: should some be considered ‘junk food’?
What happened when I ate ultra-processed food for a month
Food dyes may cause disease when the immune system is dysregulated, researchers report
Additive used in sweets and cakes not safe: EU watchdog
Titanium dioxide: E171 no longer considered safe when used as a food additive
Titanium Teeth
How ultra-processed food took over your shopping basket
30 May 2019 - BBC - Ultra-processed food linked to early death
Can this food additive turn our gut bacteria against us?
13 May 2019 - MedicalXpress - Common food additive E171 found to affect gut microbiota
European Commission urged to ban food additive E171: ‘Prevention is better than cure’
23 July 2018 - MedicalXpress - Food additives a toxic mix for kids
What is Britain eating? The ultra-processed truth about 10 of our bestselling foods
14 June 2016 - New Study Finds 43% of Products Marketed to Kids are Artificially Dyed With Links to Behavioral Problems Causing Concern
Global health and Food processing: a new classification
No link between ADHD and food colouring, but more science needed, says expert
25 March 2009 - Nutraingredients - How metals in food impact children's behaviour
30 Jan 2008 - Associate Parliamentary Food and Health Forum Report on the links between diet, mental health and behaviour
New fears over additives in children's food
What not to feed your child
BBC Website - 'Ban artificial food colourings'