Useful Links
  • Institute of Brain Chemistry and Human Nutrition –
  • Imperial College London, Professor Michael Crawford, PHD, FSB, FRCPATH –
  • Dr Rachel V. Gow, ADHD , Neuroscience, Nutrition and Education
    This site is centred on 4 core areas of personal and professional interest namely – ADHD, Neuroscience, Nutrition and Education. The primary aim is that the site will eventually serve as an embryonic hub of knowledge which is both translational and accessible but credible and scientific. It has been written with the following audience in mind:

    • shutterstock_52093090Parents/caregivers raising a child with ADHD or similar behavioral/learning difference.
    • Adults who either have a diagnosis or suspect they may have symptoms of ADHD.
    • Professionals working with young people with ADHD or similar challenging behaviors including but not restricted to: teachers, social workers, psychologists, general practitioners, clinicians, members of youth offending teams or the criminal judicial system.
    • Policy makers or philanthropic individuals who are solution-oriented and willing to take on new challenges fearlessly. Such individuals are passionate about equality in education and will importantly share my vision for advocating change in the way we teach, educate and mentor children with ADHD.
  • The Maternal Health Channel –
  • Alliance for Natural Health USA –
  • Alliance for Natural Health Europe
  • All Party Parliamentary Food and Health Forum
  • SANE Mental Health Charity
  • Solid Association –
  • The Global Exchange of EPA and DHA is a 501(c)6 not-for profit trade association. Our goals are to increase consumption of omega-3s to adequate levels around the world and to ensure that the industry is producing quality omega-3 products that consumers can trust.
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    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 be no surprise that a clear link exists between food and behaviour. 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.
    Food and Behaviour Research (FAB Research), established in 2003, 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.
    Quinn Bradlee, EsqSt. is the author of “A Different Life; Growing Up Learning Disabled and Other Adventurers” and is the Founder of Friends Of Quinn: an online social network for young adults with learning differences and for their friends and family.
    The Purpose of the Society is to assemble scientific knowledge on nutrition and health that is free from economic and political pressures with the object of securing the physical and mental health of future generations.
    Michael Lewis, MD, MPH, MBA, FACPM, is an expert on the use of omega-3 fatty acids for the prevention, management, and rehabilitation of concussions and traumatic brain injury (TBI). His pioneering work has helped thousands of people around the world and he is featured regularly in the media including CNN’s Sanjay Gupta MD show and numerous radio shows. At the end of 2011, Dr. Lewis retired as a Colonel after a distinguished 31 year career in the U.S. Army. He is currently in private practice in the Washington, DC area and runs a small non-profit, Brain Health Education and Research.
    The Dyslexia Research Trust (DRT) is an Oxford University based charity investigating new and effective approaches to reading problems. Their focus is on visual and auditory difficulties and how diet and nutrition affects behaviour. They support clinics for research and treatment and provide unbiased information about dyslexia.
    Martina Watts MSc Nut Med DipION MBANT NTCC CNHC is a qualified Nutritional Therapist practising in Brighton, East Sussex, UK. She studied at the Institute for Optimum Nutrition in London, and completed the MSc Nutritional Medicine programme at Surrey University with Distinction in 2011. Martina works with children, teenagers and adults to provide them with expert nutritionist advice and recommendations to support their optimal digestive, immune, hormonal and mental health.
    This charity provides music engagement and recovery services for young people and adults experiencing a range of mental illnesses. Their innovative approach draws on clinical therapeutic techniques and uses culturally relevant music activities and genres. They aim to have a positive impact on health and wellbeing through reducing symptoms and relapse rates and creating new life opportunities for people using specialist mental health services in the community.

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