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Our unique database of research papers covers the last two decades of studies relating to nutrition and behaviour. Searchable by topic or author, the website contains research abstracts, each linking to the original research, along with relevant links to corresponding news stories and related research papers.

We also include links to relevant literature and resources; while Associate Members are able to access exclusive video presentations from some of the leading researchers in the field.

From a research perspective, the aim of our website is to provide a cross-referenced database of work relating to the links between food and behaviour. The site offers a window on current and historical research in your specific area of interest.


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9th June 2022 - FAB Research Webinar - Nutrition for ADHD and Neurodiverse Minds

Join Dr Rachel Gow and Dr Alex Richardson, for a Live FAB Research Webinar with Q & A on Thursday 9th June at 18.00 Nutrition for ADHD and Neurodiverse Minds: Feeding better mood, behaviour, learning and sleep in ADHD and related condition

Micronutrients for Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder in Youths: A Placebo-Controlled Randomized Clinical Trial

To evaluate whether micronutrients (vitamins/minerals) benefit attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and irritability in a North American pediatric sample.

Fructose In The Diet Expands The Surface Of The Gut And Promotes Nutrient Absorption

Fructose increases nutrient absorption - and weight gain - by promoting growth of villi

Clinical trial shows migraine significantly improved by increasing dietary omega-3/omega-6 balance.

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