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Pilot study shows ketogenic diet improves severe mental illness
Sethi S et al 2024 - Ketogenic Diet Intervention on Metabolic and Psychiatric Health in Bipolar and Schizophrenia: A Pilot Trial
Consistent evidence links ultra-processed food to over 30 damaging health outcomes - including mental ill-health and sleep problems
Why Your Brain Hates Junk Food
The potential of polyunsaturated fatty acids in alleviating depression and reducing suicide risk
Sublette E et al 2023 - The role of polyunsaturated fatty acids in the neurobiology of major depressive disorder and suicide risk
Baynham R et al 2023 - Fat intake impairs the recovery of endothelial function following mental stress in young healthy adults
Balancing omega-3 and omega-6 impacts cognitive function
Omega-3 may be an “effective add-on therapeutic” for depression
Lu Y et al 2023 - Clinical impacts of n-3 fatty acids supplementation on depression symptoms: an umbrella review of meta-analyses
Ling J et al 2023 - Plasma Phospholipid Polyunsaturated Fatty Acid Associations with Neurocognition
Blampied M et al 2023 - Efficacy and safety of a vitamin-mineral intervention for symptoms of anxiety and depression in adults: A randomised placebo-controlled trial “NoMAD”
Ultra-processed food linked to higher risk of depression, research finds
Baynham R et al 2023 - Fat Consumption Attenuates Cortical Oxygenation during Mental Stress in Young Healthy Adults
Samuthpongtorn C et al 2023 - Consumption of Ultraprocessed Food and Risk of 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?
McGorry P et al 2023 - Mental health of young Australians: dealing with a public health crisis
Horsager C et al 2023 - Psychometric validation of the full Yale food addiction scale for children 2.0 among adolescents from the general population and adolescents with a history of mental disorder
Australia's health care system must change to address 'rising tide' of youth mental ill health, say psychiatrists