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because prevention is better than cure.

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5 Jun

Date: 5 June 2024
Time: 1:00pm to 2:30pm

Brain size is shrinking, IQ is falling, mental health problems are rising.

A recent EU report has declared a ‘global brain health emergency’.

One in six children are neurodivergent, many with autism or ADHD. While one in four over 80 have pre-dementia – memory decline is happening for many in their 30’s. One in four adults are on anti-depressants, sleeping pills or tranquillisers.

What is going wrong and how do we recover?

Join us in this webinar to find out!

After 45 years of research Patrick Holford, founder of the charitable, has the answers and wants to show you how to:

  • Improve your mood and get a good night’s sleep
  • Deprogram anxiety and build stress resilience
  • Free your brain from addiction (including sugar, alcohol and coffee)
  • Recover your memory and rebuild the brain’s connections
  • Build healthy young brains to prevent neurodivergence

In this two-hour seminar, he wants to show what they’ve discovered and how to break free from all these and other mental health problems with practical and doable changes to your nutrition, lifestyle and mind.

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Please note this is an event hosted by Food for the Brain & HOLFORDirect – your data will be held by both parties securely.

About our speaker

Patrick Holford, BSc, DipION, FBANT, NTCRP, is a leading spokesman on nutrition and mental health and founder of both the Food for the Brain Foundation, and the Institute for Optimum Nutrition, originally trained in psychology

He was one of the first promoters of the importance of zinc, essential fats, low-GL diets and homocysteine-lowering B vitamins and their importance in mental health and Alzheimer’s prevention.

He is the author of 46 books, translated into over 30 languages, including The Optimum Nutrition Bible and his latest book Upgrade Your Brain. He is a retired visiting professor at the University of Teeside and is in the Orthomolecular Medicine Hall of Fame.