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How do you eat in a healthy fashion?  Anne Siegl, PhD writes that a big part about eating healthy is nutritional diversity.  Not eating the same thing every day, but providing your body with a rich variety of all kinds of foods and nutrients.  Part of our objective is to keep our gut happy, because our gut drives so much of our health.  And we are discovering that the gut is in continual high-speed two-way communication with the brain.  If the bacteria (microbiota) in your gut are happy, you will lead a more healthy physical life, and we are learning, a more healthy mental life as well.  We are one organism, and it’s all connected.  Keep your gut microbiota healthy with a varied diet.

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Scientific Research has now shown there is a direct connection between your Gut and your Brain.  It’s a two-way, high-speed connection, and your Gut and Brain are in constant communication.  Part of what makes up your gut is microbiota, and these tiny organisms perform important tasks in the body, such as digesting and supplying vital nutrients for both body and brain functioning.  We now know that the health of your gut not only determines your physical health, but has a direct effect on your mental health.

Our New Brain Nutrition researchers are conducting new research on these communication mechanisms and the effect on mental health.
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October is international ADHD Awareness month. Young researchers of the MiND research project and 4QuarterFilms just published this short documentary that shines a light on living with ADHD, from a personal and a scientific perspective.

Watch the video here: http://newbrainnutrition.com/adhd-shine-a-light/

We thank the following professionals who were interviewed in this video:
Dr. Barbara Franke and Dr. Corina Greven, of Donders Institute, Radboud University Medical Center
Dr. Philip Asherson, Dr. Eric Taylor, and Dr. Kai Syng Tan of King’s College London
Mrs. Andrea Bilbao of ADDISS, ADHD Europe
We also thank ms. Evie Travers, mr. Bryn Travers and mr. Aziz who were interviewed in this video.

Shine_a_Light_on_ADHDThe film was made possible with the help of the EU-funded programs:
MiND (EU horizon 2020 program no 643051) http://mind-project.eu/
Aggressotype (EU FP7 program No 602805) http://www.aggressotype.eu/
CoCA (EU horizon 2020 program No 667302) http://coca-project.eu/
Eat2beNICE (EU horizon 2020 program No 728018). http://newbrainnutrition.com/

 

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New research has been published in September 2018 which reveals preliminary evidence that symptoms of depression can be reduced by adherence to the Mediterranean diet and anti-inflammatory foods.  New Brain Nutrition is advancing this research with never-before-done clinical trials testing the protective effects of nutrition and specifically the Mediterranean diet.

You can download our FREE REPORT, learn what we know now, and then be updated on our progress as the clinical trials produce results.

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