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NEW STUDY TO EXPLORE WHETHER OMEGA-3 SUPPLEMENTS CAN BOOST CHILDREN’S BRAIN DEVELOPMENT
The potential of polyunsaturated fatty acids in alleviating depression and reducing suicide risk
Balancing omega-3 and omega-6 impacts cognitive function
Omega-3 may be an “effective add-on therapeutic” for depression
FAB WEBINAR - Feeding Humanity: The Key Role of Nutrition in the Mental Health Crisis
9 signs you have inflammation in your body. Could an anti-inflammatory diet help?
YOU NEED TO HEAR THIS! - The Food Programme - Feeding Your Brain: A Users Guide
Food for thought: South European Atlantic diet shows promising link to lower depression risk
That salad isn’t just good for your nutrition–it may help stave off depression
Critical Brain Nutrients: Evidence that Current Dietary Advice Harms Mental Health – and Potential Solutions
Switching meat and milk for plant-based copies misses vital nutrients
FAB WEBINAR - How Food Affects Your Brain: The Role of Nutrition and Diet in the Mental Health Crisis
3 Outstanding Food Swaps to Improve Brain Health
Nutritional Treatments: The Next Frontier in Psychiatry
Higher dose of omega-3 fatty acid reduced Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) in overweight adults at 12 weeks
Food for thought: nutrition as a treatment for mental health conditions
FAB Research Webinar - Nutrition for ADHD and Neurodiverse Minds
Study finds Mediterranean diet improves depression symptoms in young men
Diet can support the prevention and treatment of mental health disorders
How small changes to prison food drastically cut inmate violence
FREE Podcast - Dr Alex Richardson - Omega 3 fatty acids and their VITAL role in good health (Part 1)
Adjusting fatty acid intake may help with mood variability in bipolar disorders
Marine Omega-3 Fatty Acid Supplementation for Borderline Personality Disorder: A Meta-Analysis
'The Better Brain' - Book Review
Anti-inflammatory effects of omega-3 fatty acids could help reduce depression
Low levels of omega-3 associated with higher risk of psychosis, says study
Clear evidence for a link between pro-inflammatory diets and 27 chronic diseases. Here’s how you can eat better
Omega-3 supplements do double duty in protecting against stress
Curcumin and fish oil offer cognitive boost
Stem cell study shows how fish oil may help with depression
BBC - How a vegan diet could affect your intelligence
How diet affects mental health: What's the evidence?
High-fat (Omega-6-rich, Omega-3 deficient) maternal diet can cause brain damage in the unborn child
'High-fat' (Omega-6-rich, Omega-3 deficient) maternal diet can cause life-long changes in the fetal brain
New study suggests that anti-inflammatories can mitigate MDD symptoms
Omega-3s Recommended as Adjunctive Therapy for Major Depression
World's largest evidence review: Nutritional supplements for mental health
‘Elegant’ study deepens our understanding of how we respond to EPA & DHA omega-3s
27 June 2019 - MedicalXpress - Home remedies: Can fish oil supplements treat depression?
18 June 2019 - Healio - Add-on fish oil for depressed patients with heart disease requires further study
Pediatricians should encourage fish consumption for children
Psychology Today - The Brain Needs Animal Fat
18 March 2019 - The Guardian - Nutritional psychiatry: can you eat yourself happier?
‘Limited’ methods: Expert urges caution over study claiming 'supplements can't prevent depression'
5 March 2019 - MedicalXpress - Nutritional supplements cannot prevent depression, research shows
Plant-rich (Mediterranean-type) diets may help prevent depression – new evidence
9 September 2018 - The Conversation - Five types of food to increase your psychological well-being
22 August 2018 - Nutraingredients - Higher omega-3s status linked to less depression in population with heart failure
17 August 2018 - Psychiatry Advisor - Omega-3 Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids May Reduce Depressive Symptoms in Older Adults
11 July 2018 - Nutraingredients - Review finds promising, if preliminary, data backing mood support effects for probiotics, prebiotics and omega-3s