We are now launching our new monthly ‘FAB Focus’ meetings, exploring the many different ways in which Food Affects Behaviour, and the implications of this.
In this first session, founder Dr Alex Richardson will give you an overview summary of:
Hint: It's not really a food at all.
"Whenever we get stressed or feel some threat, then it can also trigger our eating motivation. We think this molecule is the culprit."
Animal-based studies have demonstrated the neurological benefits of LC-PUFA supplementation, which suppress microglial activation and subsequent neuroinflammation and ROS production and elicit effects on lipid raft regulation of monoaminergic receptors and transporters.