[Video] The Surprisingly Dramatic Role of Nutrition in Mental Health

Julia Rucklidge

 Dr. Julia Rucklidge

Dr. Rucklidge is a professor of Clinical Psychology in the Department of Psychology at the University of Canterbury in  Christchurch, New Zealand. Her research focuses on the impact of nutrition intervention on mental health conditions. She has earned her degrees in neurobiology from McGill University and her doctorate in clinical psychology from the University of Calgary.

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Nutrition is one of the most underlooked factors contributing to mental health well-being. Researchers are beginning to understand the role of the mind-gut connection, and how the food we eat affects our behavior. Nutrition interventions offer promise for successful remediation of psychological disorders. 

Christine Campbell

Christine is HappyNeuron Pro’s Marketing Specialist. People with intellectual disabilities have a special place in her heart. Growing up with a sibling with an autism diagnosis and intellectual disability influenced the way she views life. She is passionate about educating people about health and sharing cognitive tips.

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