Nutrition for the Management of Psychosis
The Role of Nutrition in Developmental and Mental Health Disorders
A Family’s Journey to Discover the Side Effects of Antidepressants
How to Prevent Obesity and Type 2 Diabetes
Sugar, Hormones and Addiction
Dietary Approaches to Autistic Spectrum Disorders
Nutrition for ADHD, Behaviour, Learning and Mood
Advancement on Nutrition and Lifestyle to Feed Mental Health
A new study investigates the link between consuming sweeteners during pregnancy and a child's risk of obesity. Pregnant rats fed with stevia or aspartame gave birth to pups that had a higher risk of obesity and specific changes in their gut microbiome. The findings highlight the importance of maternal nutrition during pregnancy.
Many people struggle with sugar cravings, and now we have a better understanding of how the gut senses sugars (and why artificial sweeteners don't curb those cravings)
A neuroscientist explains how research indicates that consumption of sugary food is associated with mental distress – such as anxiety and depression – and disrupted sleep.