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Consuming Omega-3 Fatty Acids Found to Reduce Aggression

Date: 09/07/2024

Tell me how much omega-3 fatty acids you consume, and I'll tell you your mood.

'When you improve nutrition, you reduce violence': Psychologist Kimberley Wilson on working in Europe's largest women's prison

Date: 26/05/2024

People who have higher UPF [intake] have increased incidence of depression and anxiety, and increased risk of depression and common mental health conditions later on. They also have faster cognitive decline and greater overall dementia risk.

Study links long-term consumption of reused deep-fried oil with increased neurodegeneration

Date: 25/03/2024

A new study found higher levels of neurodegeneration in rats that consumed reused deep-fried cooking oils and their offspring compared to rats on a normal diet.

Clues to autism's causes may lie in the gut

Date: 26/01/2024

"The hope is that early identification of autism can lead to prevention or treatment..."

Irritable bowel syndrome patients found to suffer higher rates of fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome

Date: 09/01/2024

"As we continue to learn more about how gut health affects health elsewhere it is important that clinicians look for and manage somatic co-morbidities in IBS patients."

Study reveals relationship of gut microbiome on children's brain development and function

Date: 27/12/2023

This research could lead to early detection of developmental issues and interventions, potentially mitigating long-term cognitive challenges.

You Are When You Eat

Date: 20/11/2023

Intermittent fasting regulates biological time and improves disrupted sleep in an Alzheimer’s disease model.

Gut microbes and Alzheimer's disease - potential causal link identified by new animal study

Date: 17/10/2023

For the first time, researchers have found that Alzheimer's symptoms can be transferred to a healthy young organism via the gut microbiota, confirming its role in the disease

Anxiety: A Metabolic Disorder?

Date: 05/09/2023

The most basic symptoms of anxiety may relate to energy use, and the most direct treatment may be dietary.

New research clarifies connection between autism and the microbiome

Date: 26/06/2023

"Before this, we had smoke indicating the microbiome was involved in autism, and now we have fire."

Liver fibrosis linked to reduced cognitive ability and brain volume

Date: 26/06/2023

"There was a significant negative correlation between liver fibrosis and multiple cognitive functions, including working memory, prospective memory, and processing speed,"

Researchers show the importance of the liver-brain axis in Alzheimer's disease

Date: 22/06/2023

The study marks a significant advance in the understanding of Alzheimer's disease and underlines the need to expand the scope of research beyond the brain, considering the influence of peripheral organs and systemic factors.

Starches common in processed grains can curb helpful gut bacteria

Date: 22/06/2023

The team's proof-of-concept experiments reinforce the value of considering trade-offs between plant traits bred for food functionality—including the processing benefits of waxy starches—and their potential health-related consequences.

Dietary Interventions for ADHD: Emerging Research and Considerations

Date: 18/06/2023

What is the connection between ADHD diagnosis and a Western dietary pattern?

How Obesity Is Linked to Our Brain and Gut Activity

Date: 16/06/2023

Most people who lose weight eventually regain it. These new findings may help explain why this is the case.

New data demonstrates potential role of probiotic supplementation in adults with major depressive disorder

Date: 14/06/2023

"Non or partial response to antidepressants is a huge problem and this study is an important first step in exploring the therapeutic potential of probiotics as a treatment for depression."

Is Integrative Psychiatry Going Mainstream?

Date: 02/06/2023

Combining multiple, evidence-based therapeutic methods that include lifestyle changes, psychotherapy, and medication, is key not only to promoting wellness but to treating conditions ranging from anxiety disorders to severe and persistent mental illnesses like schizophrenia.

A somewhat systematic review of previous systematic reviews and meta-analyses about nutrition and Alzheimer's

Date: 16/05/2023

The results show that the western diet pattern is a risk factor for developing Alzheimer's Disease. In contrast, the Mediterranean diet, ketogenic diet, and supplementation with omega-3 fatty acids and probiotics are protective factors.

Is there an association between the consumption of ultra-processed food and adverse microbiota-gut-brain axis implications?

Date: 25/04/2023

Ultra-processed food may impact gut microbiota, potentially causing metabolic imbalances and inflammation, increasing the likelihood of disrupting the neural network.

Link between diet, gut microbes and mental health confirmed in new research

Date: 13/03/2023

Fermentation of ('resistant') protein in the gut (from highly processed foods) could release toxins into the body's circulation and affect the brain's access to neurotransmitter compounds, according to an international study