Useful resources

The Mother and Child Foundation is a charity supporting research and community action to improve the health of women and children worldwide. By demonstrating the fundamental importance of nutrition, its aim is to boost maternal health and prevent brain damage during fetal and infant development, with particular emphasis on the vital role of seafood-derived fatty acids in brain development.

The Institute for Food, Brain and Behaviour exists to conduct research and, on the basis of that research, make positive recommendations to bring about change. As there is no longer any doubt that brain function is affected by the food we eat, and as behaviour is directed by the brain, it should come as no surprise that a clear link exists between food and behaviour.

Food and Behaviour Research (FAB Research) is a charitable organisation dedicated both to advancing scientific research into the links between nutrition and human behaviour, and to making the findings from such research available to the widest possible audience.

Dr. Rachel Gow is a nutritional neuropsychologist with an expert interest in the role of nutrition and lifestyle in ADHD. Her website discusses the latest research and news on ADHD, nutrition and neuroscience, advocating change in the education and management of symptoms for children and adults with ADHD.

Beat My Addictions - Chris Hill is the best-selling author of Get Your Life Back. Helping you become free from addiction.