Health Guide: Food-Brain Connection

Health Guides: Food-Brain Connection

This section collates research and information on the brain-food connection. It is designed to provide our users with the first-hand scientific research on the topic, as well as in-depth analysis of the implications of this research.

Key: CK(#) = Cumulative Knowledge, a measure of evidence quality or strength  AC(#) = Article Count, the number of articles that have accumulated on the topic thus far.

Latest Relevant Article

Article Publish Status : This is a free article. Click here to read the complete article.
Pubmed Data : J Bioeth Inq. 2022 Dec 19:1-9. Epub 2022 Dec 19. PMID: 36534233
Study Type : Commentary
Additional Links

Related Articles

Spices are phenomenal for your health -- except when they’re contaminated with heavy metals and exposed to radiation. Find out what to watch out for when choosing spices for your meals
Written by Dr. Joseph Mercola
Antidepressants are routinely used as a first-line treatment for depression, though studies show their effectiveness is on par with placebo and serious side effects often ignored or hidden
Polyunsaturated vegetable or seed oils aren't typically known for cognitive benefits, but emerging research suggests a daily dose of flaxseed oil could provide a brain boost.
Written by GMI Reporter
Is your pineal gland, the “seat of the soul” that controls sleep rhythms, turning to stone? Over 60% of people unknowingly suffer from this condition.
Written by GMI Reporter
The scientific evidence now confirms what countless anecdotal accounts have claimed: ancient culinary spices are better medicine than patented chemicals, especially when considering safety, affordability, accessibility, and effectiveness as a whole!
Written by GMI Reporter
For UC patients struggling with standard therapies, a ray of hope emerges in the form of an ancient golden spice.
Written by GMI Reporter
Seeking a gentler aid for aching joints than NSAID pills that can provoke bleeds or cardiac events? This clinical trial shows curcumin extracts from turmeric merit consideration among proven natural pain relief options, with secondary perks like reduced cancer and Alzheimer’s risk.

Print Options

This website is for information purposes only. By providing the information contained herein we are not diagnosing, treating, curing, mitigating, or preventing any type of disease or medical condition. Before beginning any type of natural, integrative or conventional treatment regimen, it is advisable to seek the advice of a licensed healthcare professional.

© Copyright 2008-2024, Journal Articles copyright of original owners, MeSH copyright NLM.