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11 May 2016 - Nutraingredients - Good nutrition has large say in kids' social behaviour, research suggests

Promoting good nutrition in early life is not only good for health but also social behaviour and development, a study has demonstrated. The findings provide a positive slant to the often-held view that poor diet negatively influences early childhood development.





05 May 2016 - MNT - Schizophrenia, bipolar tied to yeast infection

A current or previous infection with Candida albicans appears to be more common in some people with mental illness than people without the condition.




26 April 2016 - Scientific American - Do Vitamins and Supplements Make Antidepressants More Effective?

Researchers have found that taking some nutritional supplements — such as omega-3 fish oil and Vitamin D — could increase the efficacy of antidepressants among people who suffer from clinical depression.



20 April 2016 - FoodNavigator USA - Digestive issues attributed to lactose intolerance may be caused by A1 beta-casein protein, suggests study

Digestive symptoms attributed to lactose intolerance might instead be caused by A1 milk protein




14 April 2016 - Questioning Answers - #Breadgate and nutritional psychiatry

The review paper by Paola Bressan & Peter Kramer titled: 'Bread and Other Edible Agents of Mental Disease' has been getting a few people a little hot under the collar recently. With it's own Twitter hashtag #breadgate it looks like the idea that certain foods might have something of a bearing on "human behaviour and mental health" has not been received particularly well.



12 April 2016 - Nutraingredients - Mind the fibre gap: The case of the vanishing gut microbiome

Increasing dietary fibre intake may be the best way to regain the microbial biodiversity that has been impaired by the western diet, according to researchers.