Our unique database of research covers more than two decades of studies into the links between nutrition and behaviour, offering a window on current and historical research in your specific area of interest.
Searchable by topic or author, you can find research abstracts (linking to the original research) linked to both corresponding news articles, and related research papers.
We also include links to relevant 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.
Subscribing Associate Members can access exclusive video presentations from some of the world's leading researchers in the field, and benefit from free or discounted access to FAB webinars and other events.
Critical Brain Nutrients: Mental Health Harms from Current Dietary Advice - And Potential Solutions.
World-renowned neuroscientist & psychiatrist Dr Joseph Hibbeln presents evidence that
(1) current dietary advice causes the harms to children's brain development it aims to prevent
(2) better nutrition can reduce addictive and antisocial behaviour, and related mental health conditions.
How Food Affects Your Brain: The Role of Nutrition and Diet in the Mental Health Crisis.
Leading international researchers Professor John Stein and Dr Alex Richardson explain why nutrition and diet have a powerful - but often unrecognised - influence on how we all feel, think, and behave.
Selective, 'Fussy' and Avoidant Eating - A Masterclass
Specialist dietitian David Rex and Dr Alex Richardson discuss the latest research on children’s food preferences, and its implications for managing selective eating, and Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID).
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