Nutritional Neuroscience

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Nutritional Neuroscience

A group dedicated to sharing information regarding the food/mood interaction and other nutrient/nervous system influences.

Members: 14
Latest Activity: Oct 25, 2013

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Nutritional Neuroscience journal
Interdisciplinary broad-based journal for reporting basic and clinical research in the field of nutrition as it relates to the nervous system.

Society for Neuroscience
A nonprofit organization of scientists and physicians who study the brain and nervous system.


The Journal of Neuroscience
The peer-reviewed journal of the Society for Neuroscience.


Food for the Brain
Website to promote awareness of the link between mental health and nutrition, and to promote mental health through optimum nutrition.


Orthomolecular Medicine

Conceptualized by double-Nobel laureate Linus Pauling, Orthomolecular Medicine aims to restore the optimum environment of the body by correcting imbalances or deficiencies based on individual biochemistry, using substances natural to the body such as vitamins, minerals, amino acids, trace elements and fatty acids.


Food and Behaviour Research
Charitable organisation dedicated to advancing scientific research into the links between nutrition and human behaviour

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Do scientists miscommunicate to the public or is it journalists mis-reporting on findings?

Apparently Alan Alda thinks the answer to this question is that scientists are at fault. I think he's dead wrong. I think that scientists are not the ones communicating their findings to the public.…Continue

Tags: science, journalism

Started by Christopher Jenney Apr 5, 2012.

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Comment by Christopher Jenney on August 20, 2013 at 2:15pm

Food and Behaviour Research Upcoming Event

Feeding Healthy Minds:
Maternal Nutrition and Children's Brain Development
London, Tuesday, 29 October 2013 – 9.30am to 4.30pm


Click here for more info and to register online

Comment by Christopher Jenney on April 5, 2012 at 10:55am

Here's another popular press article about the same research (see below). I think this one does a much better job of explaining the science to the layperson.

Is Junk Food Making You Depressed?

Comment by Christopher Jenney on April 4, 2012 at 9:54am

The popular press loves nutritional neuroscience. Especially when it comes down on the "junk" food industry. Makes for good human interest stories, I guess. I like it because it educates the layman, even though journalists don't always get it 'right'.

Here's an interesting story about a journal article due out soon:

Sweets and Fast Food Linked to Depression

Comment by Christopher Jenney on February 8, 2011 at 9:08pm

Processed Food Diet in Childhood Associated with Lower IQ

A poor diet high fat, sugar and processed food in early childhood has been associated with lower IQ later in childhood. A healthy diet of nutrient rich foods has been linked with a higher IQ.

To read about it click here for a short time, later do a search for:

J Epidemiol Community Health doi:10.1136/jech.2010.111955

Comment by Christopher Jenney on January 29, 2011 at 10:10am
Study finds a significant dose-response relationship between intake of trans fatty acids and depression. Click HERE to read the journal article.
Comment by Christopher Jenney on May 24, 2010 at 10:13pm
I added a few links to this group today. Found them in Patrick Holford's new book New Optimum Nutrition for the Mind. It is written for the layperson, but so far it's good.

Please everyone suggest more relevant links for this group. Thank you.
Comment by Christopher Jenney on January 8, 2010 at 2:56pm
Starting this group has motivated me to start working on my blog again after years of inactivity. I'll be focusing on recent publications and news regarding nutrition and depression, neurological disorders such as Alzheimer's and Restless Legs Syndrome.
You can follow my blog here: www.blogster.com/cjenney
 

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