Nutrition for the Management of Psychosis
The Role of Nutrition in Developmental and Mental Health Disorders
A Family’s Journey to Discover the Side Effects of Antidepressants
How to Prevent Obesity and Type 2 Diabetes
Sugar, Hormones and Addiction
Dietary Approaches to Autistic Spectrum Disorders
Nutrition for ADHD, Behaviour, Learning and Mood
Advancement on Nutrition and Lifestyle to Feed Mental Health
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 conditions
Cow’s milk is a rich source of many important nutrients, such as protein, calcium, iodine and vitamin B12 - many plant-based dairy alternatives don’t naturally contain the same amount of these nutrients and micronutrients as dairy milk, if any at all.
The nutrient choline—shown to have long-term benefits for children whose mothers consume it during pregnancy—also helps the body more efficiently use an omega 3 fatty acid that is essential for foetal brain, cognition and vision development, a new study finds.