Our unique database of research covers more than two decades of studies into the links between nutrition and behaviour.
Searchable by topic or author, you can find research abstracts (linking to the original research), with additional links to both corresponding news articles and related research papers, books and other resources.
So this website provides a cross-referenced database of work, illustrating how food, diet and nutrition affect brain development and function, and therefore mood, behaviour and learning.
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We are now launching our new monthly ‘FAB Focus’ meetings, exploring the many different ways in which Food Affects Behaviour, and the implications of this.
In this first session, founder Dr Alex Richardson will give you an overview summary of:
FAB Webinars with leading experts:
Feeding Humanity: The Key Role of Nutrition in the Mental Health Crisis.
with Professor Michael A Crawford PhD, FRSB, FRCPath - who first warned over 50 years ago that continuing to ignore the brain's specific nutritional needs would lead to an epidemic of 'brain disorders'. In this webinar he explains
Critical Brain Nutrients: Mental Health Harms from Current Dietary Advice - And Potential Solutions.
Speaker: world-renowned neuroscientist & psychiatrist Dr Joseph Hibbeln
How Food Affects Your Brain: The Role of Nutrition and Diet in the Mental Health Crisis.
Speakers: leading international researchers Professor John Stein and Dr Alex Richardson