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Let's reflect on the key ideas from the week.

Key ideas and principles

The latest research provides valuable evidence on complex biological mechanisms involved associated with mental health.

The processes involved in the mechanisms of diet in mental and brain health are complex. This complexity can feed myths and misconceptions about diet and nutrition. Critically analysing the evidence is important when making an informed choice.

Staying informed about the latest research and recommendations is valuable as evidence in this dynamic space continues to grow.

Your task

Reflect on the key concepts we have covered this week.

Have any of the topics resonated with you in particular?

Take this opportunity to discuss your key takeaway thoughts and ask your peers any questions you may have.

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Food and Mood: Improving Mental Health Through Diet and Nutrition

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