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Omega-3 supplementation during pregnancy reduces infant risks for food allergy

Date: 14/09/2023

Maternal omega-3 supplementation had significant effects on egg and peanut sensitisation among infants.


Anxiety: A Metabolic Disorder?

Date: 05/09/2023

The most basic symptoms of anxiety may relate to energy use, and the most direct treatment may be dietary.


Gut microbes are the community within you that you can't live without – how eating well can cultivate your microbial and social self

Date: 11/08/2023

A gut-friendly approach to nutrition is important for happy and healthy communities both inside and out of your body.


More children missing developmental milestones

Date: 14/07/2023

Nearly 9 out of every 100 U.S. children are now diagnosed with a developmental disability, according to updated figures from the CDC.


The truth about emulsifiers: are they destroying our gut health?

Date: 29/06/2023

The E numbers in food make bread softer and ice-cream silkier. But there is growing concern about how they might affect our microbiome.


New research clarifies connection between autism and the microbiome

Date: 26/06/2023

"Before this, we had smoke indicating the microbiome was involved in autism, and now we have fire."


Starches common in processed grains can curb helpful gut bacteria

Date: 22/06/2023

The team's proof-of-concept experiments reinforce the value of considering trade-offs between plant traits bred for food functionality—including the processing benefits of waxy starches—and their potential health-related consequences.


Dietary Interventions for ADHD: Emerging Research and Considerations

Date: 18/06/2023

What is the connection between ADHD diagnosis and a Western dietary pattern?


New data demonstrates potential role of probiotic supplementation in adults with major depressive disorder

Date: 14/06/2023

"Non or partial response to antidepressants is a huge problem and this study is an important first step in exploring the therapeutic potential of probiotics as a treatment for depression."


Is Integrative Psychiatry Going Mainstream?

Date: 02/06/2023

Combining multiple, evidence-based therapeutic methods that include lifestyle changes, psychotherapy, and medication, is key not only to promoting wellness but to treating conditions ranging from anxiety disorders to severe and persistent mental illnesses like schizophrenia.


That salad isn’t just good for your nutrition–it may help stave off depression

Date: 01/06/2023

Growing evidence suggests consuming healthy foods and micronutrients fosters better mental health, while poor-quality diets diminish it.


Higher rates of autism and ADHD in American children may reflect poor diet and toxic exposures

Date: 27/04/2023

Numerous clinical trial data indicate heavy metal exposures and poor diet are the primary epigenetic factors responsible for the autism and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder epidemics.


Is there an association between the consumption of ultra-processed food and adverse microbiota-gut-brain axis implications?

Date: 25/04/2023

Ultra-processed food may impact gut microbiota, potentially causing metabolic imbalances and inflammation, increasing the likelihood of disrupting the neural network.


Trial investigating potential treatment for fatigue relief in people with long COVID reports results

Date: 14/04/2023

"We are encouraged by these results, and hope that a treatment for people who suffer from long COVID fatigue may be in sight."


Drinking alcohol brings no health benefits, study finds

Date: 03/04/2023

At best, a drink or two each day has no effect good or ill on a person's health, while three or more drinks daily significantly increase the risk of an early death, researchers report.


More evidence that sugary drinks cause weight gain

Date: 02/03/2023

Sugar sweetened beverage consumption promotes higher BMI and body weight in both children and adults, underscoring the importance of dietary guidance and public policy strategies to limit intake.


Chronic fatigue syndrome is associated with distinct changes in the microbiome

Date: 08/02/2023

ME/CFS is associated with reduced levels in the gastrointestinal microbiome of microbes known to produce the fatty acid butyrate. These microbiome disruptions could explain in part how the immune system becomes disrupted in people with ME/CFS.


Youth binge drinking linked to gut microbiome changes

Date: 02/02/2023

"This study demonstrates that the most common pattern of alcohol misuse during early adulthood is linked with gut microbiome alterations, even before an addiction develops. Furthermore, it highlights the importance of the gut microbiome in regulating craving, social cognition and emotional functioning."


Colds, flu and COVID: How diet and lifestyle can boost your immune system

Date: 09/01/2023

There are many things we can do to support our immune system and even improve its function. Simple changes to your diet and lifestyle can all play a big role in helping you avoid getting sick.


COVID and your gut: how a healthy microbiome can reduce the severity of infection – and vice versa

Date: 30/12/2022

COVID infection could affect the balance of bacteria in the gut, which might go some way to explaining why some people have persistent symptoms after a COVID infection.