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10 Sep 2015 - Eurekalert - Eating a lot of fish may help curb depression risk -- at least in Europe

Association equally significant among men and women, pooled data analysis shows



08 Sept 2015 - Dutch prisoners enrolled in dietary supplement aggression study

Violent offenders in the Netherlands will receive micronutrient and omega-3 supplements as part of an intervention to reduce aggressive behaviour among prisoners.





27 Aug 2015 - FoodNavigator - Stop counting calories and start promoting nutritional value, urge researchers

When it comes to cutting levels of obesity-related heart disease and death, it’s time to stop counting calories, and start to make simple changes that improve the nutritional value of diets, argue public health experts.



24 Aug 2015 - Nutraingredients - The link between psychosis and malnutrition

First-time psychosis sufferers are far more likely to be deficient in micronutrients and protein than the general population – and more intervention studies are needed to explore strategies against this, say UK researchers.


24 Aug 2015 - The Guardian - Robert Lustig: the man who believes sugar is poison

The maverick scientist has long argued that sugar is as harmful as cocaine or tobacco – and that the food industry has been adding too much of it to our meals for too long. A convert hears more about his theory



14 Aug 2015 - Nutraingredients - Kids with poor diets score poorly on cognitive tests: Finnish researchers

The worse the diet quality of children, the worse they score on cognitive tests - especially boys, research finds.




04 July 2015 - NY Times - The Myth of Big, Bad Gluten

AS many as one in three Americans tries to avoid gluten, a protein found in wheat, barley and rye. Gluten-free menus, gluten-free labels and gluten-free guests at summer dinners have proliferated.


22 Jun 2015 - Nutraingredients - B vitamins may slow cataract occurrence & development: AREDS data

Increased dietary intakes of B vitamins are associated with reduced incidence and decreased risks of developing different forms of cataracts in older people, says new data from the Age-Related Eye Disease Study Research Group.



16 June 2015 - BBC News - US orders ban on 'unsafe' trans-fats

Trans-fats are unsafe to eat and must be banned from the food supply within three years, US regulators have said.