Anaemia can inhibit brain development and fine motor skills in children and heighten the risk of stroke, cardiovascular disease, dementia and other chronic illnesses in older adults.
"Our study findings suggest that early identification and management of metabolic syndrome could potentially reduce risk of developing dementia later in life..."
The most basic symptoms of anxiety may relate to energy use, and the most direct treatment may be dietary.
There are marked differences between the lipidomes of human milk, infant formula, and animal milk, with notable distinctions between ether lipids that are reflected in the infant plasma lipidome.
Feeding infants formula supplemented with MFGM and lactoferrin for 12 months raised IQ by 5 points at 5 ½ years of age.
Using herbs/spices to enhance the flavour of commonly consumed foods reformulated
to be lower in over consumed dietary components is an acceptable strategy and has the
potential to lower intake of saturated fat and sodium.
"This highlights how food preparation and combinations can affect the absorption of dietary compounds in foods."
"Maternal consumption of emulsifiers may affect offspring health, promoting mild metabolic disarrangements, anxiety-like states and cognitive impairments."
A FAB Research Live Webinar and Q&A session - with Professor Michael A Crawford PhD, FRSB, FRCPath
Culinary medicine programs can be implemented as patient care interventions or experiential nutrition education for students, medical trainees, and health care professionals.
Inflammation is a major factor in the link between diet and many health conditions. Eating an anti-inflammatory diet is considered safe, likely to support health and to prevent future chronic conditions.
This new evidence of selective carotenoid and tocopherol deficiencies in the brains of subjects with Alzheimer's disease adds further support to the growing evidence that a greater dietary intake of carotenoids may slow cognitive decline prior to—and possibly following—a diagnosis with Alzheimer's disease.
A gut-friendly approach to nutrition is important for happy and healthy communities both inside and out of your body.
"What we found is radically new. No one before has even suggested that the brain may control vitamin balance in the body and this is the first study to imply a 'vitaminostatic' role of the hypothalamus...."
Mothers who eat apples and herbs in early pregnancy could be protecting the brain health of their children and grandchildren, a new study has found.
"This study showed that habitual, long-term intake of total and individual artificial sweetener intakes are related to greater volumes of adipose tissue, commonly known as body fat....."
Researchers have identified a central conduit to obesity: fructose.
"Our results show that nutritional guidance for pregnant mothers is crucial to reduce the risk of future health problems for their children"
The recent National Study of Mental Health and Well-being revealed that the prevalence of mental disorders in 16- to 24-year-olds has risen by 50%—from 26% in 2007 to 39% in 2021.