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Catering Accreditation

Catering Accreditation Our accreditation is available to all food and catering service operators who want to highlight their commitment to optimising their end users’ mental wellbeing and brain health We…

Wellbeing in the workplace

Catering Accreditation Our accreditation is available to all food and catering service operators who want to highlight their commitment to optimising their end users’ mental wellbeing and brain health Our…

Step Forward Fund

Step Forward Fund Children and adults living in the lowest 20% income bracket are 2-3 times more likely to develop mental health problems What is the Step…

Alzheimer’s Prevention

Step Forward Fund Children and adults living in the lowest 20% income bracket are 2-3 times more likely to develop mental health problems What is Alzheimer’s?…

For health professionals

Catering Accreditation Our accreditation is available to all food and catering service operators who want to highlight their commitment to optimising their end users’ mental wellbeing and brain health…

Why nutrition is important for the brain

The brain is the most energy-hungry organ in the body. Despite the fact that it weighs just 1.5kg, it steals roughly 25% of the body’s energy requirements. It is therefore…

B Vitamins and Homocysteine

The process of memory decline and brain shrinkage associated with Alzheimer’s Disease is thought to occur over a 30 to 40 year period, hence the need for screening from age…

Preventing Alzheimer’s

About Alzheimer’s disease What could be worse than losing your mind, while your body has many years to run? Yet, that is precisely what happens to three in ten people…

What is Alzheimer’s?

Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) is characterised by a progressive loss of cognitive functions including memory, language, judgment, praxis and orientation and is diagnosed on the basis of shrinking in the thickness…

Recorded Seminars and Webinars

Why Lack of B Vitamins and Omega-3 are Driving the Dementia Epidemic with Emeritus Professor David Smith Watch now Emeritus Professor of Pharmacology, University of Oxford is…