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18 March 2019 - The Guardian - Nutritional psychiatry: can you eat yourself happier?

‘What we stick in our mouths matters to our mental health,’ says Felice Jacka, a leading light in this new field. So what should we be eating?


8 March 2019 - Nutraingredients - ‘Limited’ methods: Expert urges caution over study claiming 'supplements can't prevent depression'

New clinical trial data seems to suggest certain supplements will not help the prevention of depression. However, FAB's Dr Alex Richardson warns that the study in question has several serious limitations, and some coverage may be over-stating the findings.


13 February 2019 - Psychology Today - Micronutrients in Psychiatry: Sound Science or Just Hype?

Two recent studies have received a lot of attention for showing the significant role that diet can play in treating depression - the SMILES trial and the HELFIMED study.


17 August 2018 - Nutraingredients - Nutritional psychiatry: Accessing the gut to address the brain

As evidence mounts for the existence of the gut-brain axis, nutritional psychiatry has emerged as a promising research field within the food and nutrition community.


29 March 2018 - The Atlantic - The Diet That Might Cure Depression

Several studies show that healthy eating is connected with better mood.


4 August 2017 - Psychology Today - All the Stars of Food and Mood

We are what we eat, and the brain is the most energy hungry organ in the body, surpassing even the heart. Surely our diets affect our thinking and our moods. But how do we prove it, and then what do we do about it?



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.


29 January 2015 - ScienceDaily - Diet, nutrition essential for mental health

Evidence is rapidly growing showing vital relationships between both diet quality and potential nutritional deficiencies and mental health, a new international collaborative study has revealed.



23 Sept 2011 - The Conversation - Poor diet linked to teen mental health problems

Adolescents who eat unhealthily are more likely to develop mental health problems than those with good diets, a new study has found