New Brain Nutrition releases Online Video Classes on nutrition and mental health taught by experts from the European Union’s Eat2beNICE funded project. New Brain Nutrition.com is the dissemination website for the EU Horizon 2020 funded project Eat2beNICE, a consortium of 18 European University Medical Centers which is conducting extensive research and multi-year clinical research on mental health effects of the Mediterranean Diet, an elimination diet, therapeutic broadband supplementation, and probiotic therapy.
The Eat2beNICE Project involves Universities across Europe from the Netherlands, Germany, Spain, Sweden, England, Hungary, Estonia and Norway. Almost 90 research scientists are involved in the project which includes PhDs, medical doctors, psychologists, psychiatrists, neuropsychiatric experts, microbiologists, and many other disciplines. The project runs through 2022.
The following faculty members have recorded video sessions which are being released through August 2019:
1.The Gut-Brain Axis and speed networking and influence between the gut and brain, Alejandro Arias Vasquez, PhD, Radboud University Medical Center (RUMC), Nijmegen, The Netherlands.
2.Vitamin-mineral supplements as potential non-pharmacological treatment for ADHD, Julia Rucklidge, PhD, University of Canterbury, ChristChurch, New Zealand.
3.The VANTASTIC study and why broadband supplements are thought to improve impulsive, compulsive and aggressive behaviour, Alexander Häge, MD, Zentralinstitut Fur Seelische Gesundheit (CIMH), Mannheim, Germany.
4. Using neuroimaging to study impulsivity and compulsivity, and the effect of nutrition on the brain and behavior, Daan van Rooij, PhD, Radboud University Medical Center (RUMC), Nijmegen, the Netherlands.
5. How stress in early life influences development in healthy infants, and how the gut microbiota may play a role in this, Carolina de Weerth, PhD, Radboud University Medical Center (RUMC), Nijmegen, the Netherlands.
6. The elimination diet as potential non-pharmacological treatment for ADHD. Nanda Rommelse, PhD, Stichting Karakter (KAR), Nijmegen, the Netherlands.
7. Clinical aspects of hyperactivity, impulsivity andaggression and how physical exercise and nutrition may influence these behaviours. Silke Matura, PhD, Johann Wolfgang Goethe – Universitat Frankfurt Am Main (GUF), Frankfurt, Germany.
8. The PROBIA study and the link between probiotics, microbiota and aggressive, impulsive and hyperactive behavior, Josep Antoni Ramos-Quiroga, MD, PhD, MSc, Fundacio Hospital Universitari Vall D’Hebron – Institut De Recerca (VHIR), Barcelona, Spain.
9. The PREDIMED study and how the Mediterranean diet is linked to mental health and wellbeing. Mònica Bulló Bonet, PhD. Centro De Investigacion Biomedica En Red (CIBER), Madrid, Spain.
10. Epidemiological studies that link diet, exercise and other lifestyle factors to impulsive behaviours, Henrik Larsson, PhD, Karolinska Institutet, Orebro University, Örebro, Sweden.
11.The role of gut microbiota in mental health. Clara Belzer, PhD, Wageningen University (WU), Wageningen, the Netherlands.
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