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Feeding Better Mood, Behaviour, Learning & Sleep
How children's diets affect their health, wellbeing and performance - and what parents, professionals and policymakers can do to help.
Although children's diets are recognised as contributing to conditions like obesity, diabetes and other physical health problems, little or no attention is usually paid to the effects of nutrition - what children eat and drink - and how they feel, think and behave.
Professor Crawford has been warning about the risk of a global mental health crisis fuelled by poor nutrition - for over 50 years. His predictions - based on sound scientific evidence - have proved all too accurate.
Hear his compelling arguments on why the current worldwide decline in brain health was entirely predictable - and crucially, what we must do to reverse it.
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Critical Brain Nutrients
Healthy brain development and function depends on adequate supplies of certain critical nutrients that must come from dietary sources.
The richest source of these brain-essential nutrients is seafood - consumed for millions of years during the evolution of the nervous system - but now lacking from many diets...
How Food Affects Your Brain
Leading international researchers Professor John Stein and Dr Alex Richardson discuss the scientific evidence on how nutrition and diet have a powerful - but often unrecognised - influence on how we all feel, think, and behave.
Selective or 'fussy' eating - a masterclass
David Rex, RD, and Dr Alex Richardson discuss the latest evidence-based research into what shapes children’s food preferences – with a focus on the areas of selective (‘fussy’ or ‘picky’) eating, and Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID).
Resolving the Attention Deficit Disaster
Recognise overlaps between ADHD and other developmental conditions like dyslexia, dyspraxia or the autism spectrum - as well as normal individual differences.
Find out which aspects of most modern diets really are bad news for brain health and wellbeing - and how better nutrition can often help improve attention, memory and more.
Nutrition for ADHD and Neurodiverse Minds
Learn how food and diet can affect symptoms of ADHD and related conditions - including not only other developmental conditions like dyslexia, dyspraxia and ASD but also anxiety, depression, eating disorders and sleep problems - and associated physical health problems such as allergies and immune disorders, or chronic pain.
Content exclusive to Associate Members
Associate Members have access to ALL FAB's webinars (shown above) plus a range of exclusive content, just some of which is listed below.
A Family’s Journey to Discover the Side Effects of Antidepressants
Katinka Blackford Newman talks of a Family’s Journey to Discover the Side Effects of Antidepressants.
Food, Mood, Anxiety and Children's Diets
Specialist Dietitian David Rex, RD shares his expert opinion on children’s diets and the two-way links between food and mood, including practical tips on managing selective eating, which is particularly common in children with ASD.
Food Matters Live – DHA and Choline
Dr Alex Richardson gives a scientific overview of the importance of dietary choline, as well as omega-3 DHA, in early life.
Advancement on nutrition and lifestyle to feed mental health
Professor Siegfried and Dr Richardson from the European Psychiatry Association conference in 2020, of FAB Research discuss the importance of diet and lifestyle factors in mental health – giving a 5-minute summary answer to each of 6 key questions.
The Role of Nutrition in Developmental and Mental Health Disorders
Dr Alex Richardson provides an overview summary of findings from the latest research into the role of nutrition in neurodevelopmental and psychiatric disorders, particularly ADHD, ASD, anxiety, depression and psychosis.
Sugar, Hormones and Addiction
Dr Lustig addresses the thorny question of whether and how sugar may be ‘addictive’. Recorded at one of FAB's unique conferences (at the University of Oxford, UK).