Major new Report from the Food and Mental Health Project

Sustain's Food and Mental Health Project has now released its report on the connection between food and mental health. Changing Diets, Changing Minds: how food affects mental health and behaviour was released on 16 January.

Changing Diets Changing Minds coverThe Food and Mental Health Project has now released its report on the connection between food and mental health. Changing Diets, Changing Minds: how food affects mental health and behaviour pulls together the evidence linking what we eat to how we feel from foetal brain development to adolescent behaviour through to Alzheimer's disease. Due to both the quantity and quality of the evidence, the report proposes that the changes to the food system seen in the past century may be partly responsible for the rise in mental health and behavioural problems at the same time.

The Mental Health Foundation, Sustain's partner in the Food and Mental Health Project, has released a complementary report, Feeding Minds: the impact of food on mental health. Please visit http://www.mentalhealth.org.uk/ to download a copy.

The report is available as a free download, or as a paper copy for 10.
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15/01/2006
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Food & Mental Health: The project promotes understanding of the links between good diet and mental wellbeing, addressing the many implications of the growing evidence linking what we eat to the way we feel and behave.

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