For organisations - Food for the Brain
  • Prioritise mental wellbeing and cognitive health

    A healthy workforce is widely recognised as being beneficial to employers as well as the individuals.

Catering Accreditation

Accreditation by Food For The Brain clearly demonstrates that your business is genuinely committed to providing food that is both delicious and nutritious.

Seminars and workshops at your office

It is now widely recognised that dietary and lifestyle factors can have an enormous impact on productivity, positivity and mental wellbeing. Learn more about our corporate wellbeing services.

We have worked with the charity, Food for the Brain, for over 10 years as part of our Good Food Policy. They offer the only specific nutritionally focused award, carrying out annual assessment over a robust range of indicators and apart from the status of being a Food For the Brain University, we have found the process very beneficial in terms of examining how we develop our food offer.

  1. Ian Macauley, Assistant Director of Catering. The University of Edinburgh

Why is nutrition important for the brain?

The brain is the most energy-hungry organ in the entire body. We know this because despite the fact that it weighs just 1.5kg, it steals about 25% of the body’s energy requirements. It is, therefore, dependent on a constant supply of energy, which is provided by the food that we eat.

Nutrition for your mental health condition

Adjusting your diet for specific conditions can help manage and prevent symptoms

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