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News 24 Aug 2015 - Nutraingredients - The link between psychosis and malnutrition
Research Paper Williamson et al 2015 - Nutrient intake of a community-dwelling first-episode psychosis cohort, aged 19–64 years
News 24 Aug 2015 - The Guardian - Robert Lustig: the man who believes sugar is poison
News 20 Aug 2015 - Medscape - Omega-3 Treatment Shows Long-term Psychosis Prevention
Research Paper Lotrich 2015 - Inflammatory cytokine-associated depression
Research Paper Haapala et al 2015 - Associations of diet quality with cognition in children
News 13 Aug 2015 - The Conversation - A simple daily pregnancy pill could boost population IQ and save the NHS money
Research Paper Monahan et al 2015 - Costs and benefits of iodine supplementation for pregnant women
News 5th Aug 2015 - Nutraingredients - Supplements save public health money: Review
Research Paper Rayman & Bath 2015 - The new emergence of iodine deficiency in the UK: consequences for child neurodevelopment
Research Paper Amminger et al 2015 - Longer-term outcome in the prevention of psychotic disorders by the Vienna omega-3 study.
Research Paper Elia et al 2015 - Systematic review of cost and cost effectiveness of nutritional supplements in community and care home settings
News 04 July 2015 - NY Times - The Myth of Big, Bad Gluten
Research Paper Savignac et al 2015 - Bifidobacteria modulate cognitive processes in an anxious mouse strain
Research Paper Morales et al 2015 - Vitamin D in Pregnancy and ADHD-like Symptoms in Childhood
Research Paper Lister et al 2015 - Behavioral effects of food-derived opioid-like peptides: Implications for schizophrenia
Research Paper Rivera et al 2015 - The role of maternal obesity in the risk of neuropsychiatric disorders
Research Paper Golomb & Bui 2015 - A Fat to Forget: Trans Fat Consumption and Memory.
News 17 June 2015 - LiveScience - Trans Fat May Impair Memory
News 16 June 2015 - BBC News - US orders ban on 'unsafe' trans-fats