Events listings - Food for the Brain
  • Upcoming events

    Our events aim to offer educational information on a wide range of topics in nutrition, cognitive health and mental wellbeing

We have both live events based in London, as well as online seminars for our followers around the world.

Upcoming events

1 Jul

The Importance of Nutritious Food for the Mental Well Being of our Children

Despite the advent of medications and other therapies over the last 50 years, the rates of mental illness have been on the rise rather than a decline. Over the last decade, scientists have been uncovering an uncomfortable truth: What we eat is affecting our mental health. This talk will discuss…

9:00am 1 July 2021 until 10:00am 1 July 2021 ,

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Past events

13 May

The Beneficial Impact of Forest Bathing on Human Health & Mental Wellbeing with Dr Qing Li

This year’s Mental Health Awareness Week’s theme is ‘Connecting with Nature’, which aims to highlight the impact that nature can have on our mental health, as well as how nature has helped us reduce stress throughout the pandemic. The practice of Forest Bathing or “shinrin-yoku”, encourages you to be…

12:00pm 13 May 2021 until 1:00pm 13 May 2021 ,

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28 Jan

Latest Evidence and Best Practice for Dietary Approaches to Autistic Spectrum Disorders

Autistic Spectrum Disorders (ASD) are among the most common neurodevelopmental conditions identified in children, and increasingly in adults too.  ASD is defined in terms of specific patterns of behaviour and social communication, but strengths and difficulties vary substantially between individuals with this diagnosis – partly owing to overlaps with other…

6:30pm 28 January 2021 until 7:30pm 28 January 2021 ,

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23 Nov

Innovative Approaches with People Who Are Suicidal

Suicide is a public health issue of critical importance, one which merits our best, most focused efforts towards treatment and prevention. This webinar will introduce a biologic framework for suicide prevention, one in which the concept of suicidality as the result of underlying nutritional, genetic, and psychosocial risk factors is…

6:30pm 23 November 2020 until 7:30pm 23 November 2020 ,

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29 Oct

The Importance of Nutrition and Diet in ADHD: From Research to Practice

Nutrition is fundamental to the healthy development and function of brains as well as bodies; and the consumption of modern, western-type diets – rich in ultra-processed foods – raises risks not only for physical health disorders like obesity and Type 2 diabetes, but also for many neurodevelopmental and mental health…

6:30pm 29 October 2020 until 7:30pm 29 October 2020 ,

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29 Sep

The Role of Nutrition in the Development of Alzheimer’s disease - an Evaluation of Current Research

About the event: (This event is for health professionals) The prevalence and socio-economic burdens of dementia are soaring in step with increased number of elderly. Although at the moment there is no treatment for dementia, recent estimates suggest that over half of dementia burden might be attributed to potentially modifiable risk…

4:00pm 29 September 2020 until 5:00pm 29 September 2020 ,

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21 Sep

Nutritional Strategies to Improve Cognition: What do we know about Alzheimer’s disease?

About the event: Dr. Uma Naidoo founded and developed the first US based Nutritional Psychiatry clinic at an academic teaching hospital. She works with individuals to develop healthy eating to improve mental well-being. She will share case studies of Alzheimers disease and other forms of dementia. She will describe how…

6:30pm 21 September 2020 until 7:30pm 21 September 2020 ,

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14 Sep

"What 12 years of caring for my husband taught me about dementia"

About the event: Angela Caughey began writing in the mid-1980s, and is the author of 6 books, two of which are on dementia. For more than 12 years she took care of her husband, who had Lewy Body dementia. She read widely around the subject, but found that none of…

6:30pm 14 September 2020 until 7:30pm 14 September 2020 ,

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7 May

Botanical Medicine for Mental Health with Dr Leslie Korn

Integrating indigenous and biomedical science, Dr. Korn will explore the major categories of botanicals for mental health including adaptogens, nervines, anxiolytics, antidepressants and anti-inflalmmatories.  Dr Korn will discuss the many ways to use botanicals (and spices) along with their safety profiles, as well as including several recipes from her new…

6:30pm 7 May 2020 until 7:30pm 7 May 2020 ,

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19 Sep

Psychiatry Redefined: Integrative Medicine for Schizophrenia with Dr James Greenblatt

We are delighted to be hosting Dr James Greenblatt, a leading expert in Child and Adult Psychiatry and a Pioneer in Functional and Integrative Psychiatry, offering a balanced approach to improving mental wellness and the treatment of mental illness. About the seminar: This evening seminar incorporates the theories of orthomolecular medicine…

6:30pm 19 September 2019 until 8:30pm 19 September 2019 ,

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16 Mar

Optimum Nutrition for the Mind with Patrick Holford

As part of the Food for the Brain Seminar Series, we are proud to be hosting one of the UK’s leading Nutritional Therapists, Patrick Holford, for a one day workshop on everything he has learnt in 35 years of exploring nutrition and mental health. Learn practical ways to: Increase your…

3:35am 16 March 2019 ,
Edinburgh House | 170 Kennington Lane | London SE11 5DP | United Kingdom

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