Cognition

Looking after your mind is just as important as taking care of your body. Our cognitive blogs explore everything from mindfulness and brain fog to scientific research-based studies on Alzheimer’s and other diseases.

healthy cognition

Can eating the rainbow support healthy cognition?

In this blog, Clinical Neuroscientist Miguel Toribio-Mateas discusses the benefits of a diet full of colour for healthy cognition and ...
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Primary energy - meditation

Primary energy: what is it and how to find it

This week's blog exploring the topic of primary energy is written by guest writer and mindfulness coach, Bev Alderson. A ...
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Resilient foods

Top foods for a resilient brain and healthy gut

In this blog, Clinical Neuroscientist Miguel Toribio-Mateas discusses how certain super-concentrated sources of nutrients can help you be the most ...
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Nutritional genomics

An introduction to nutritional genomics

This article offers an introduction to nutritional genomics. Are you a nutritional or health professional working hard to recommend individualised ...
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When your second brain gets old and what to do about it: the ageing of the enteric nervous system

When your second brain gets old and what to do about it: the ageing of the enteric nervous system

In this post, nutrition and health neuroscience researcher Miguel Toribio-Mateas shares his insights on the ageing of a complex network ...
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Is coffee good or bad for you? Can a cup a day keep the doctor away?

Is coffee good or bad for you? Can a cup a day keep the doctor away?

Coffee is the most popular beverage worldwide, its consumption being second only to that of water. It is thought that ...
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Link between gut and depression

Link between gut and depression

Problems with mental health are one of the primary causes of the overall disease burden worldwide.1 According to the World ...
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L-taurine - functions and therapeutic uses

L-taurine – functions and therapeutic uses

Taurine was first identified and isolated from the bile of the ox (Bos taurus), from which it derives its name ...
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