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The brain is one of the largest organs in the body and, like our hearts, livers and other organs, it is affected by what we eat and drink. However, unlike with other organs, the links between diet and the brain - and hence how we think and act - are not yet widely recognised.
Despite a large number of peer-reviewed and published research studies, scientific understanding of how food affects mental health is far from complete. However, it is already clear that our diets affect how our brains are made and how they work throughout our lives, from foetal development to old age. The significance of diet for mental health and well-being varies, but there appears to be no point in the human life-cycle at which diet has no effect.
There are some important nutrients for brain development and function, but they can only work properly if a wide range of other nutrients are also available in the right amounts and in proportion to each other. There is no "magic bullet" or single nutrient that holds the key to mental health and well-being.
The combination of nutrients that is most commonly associated with good mental health and well-being is as follows:
This is, of course, the same type of healthy balanced diet that is widely recommended to reduce our risk of developing coronary heart disease, strokes, a range of cancers, diabetes and a number of digestive disorders and conditions.
People eating diets that lack one or more of this combination of polyunsaturated fats, minerals and vitamins, and/or contain too much saturated fat (or other elements, including sugar and a range of food and agricultural chemicals) seem to be at higher risk of developing the following conditions:
The evidence so far does not show that these conditions can be prevented or cured by diet alone. However, evidence is accumulating that the combination of polyunsaturated fats, minerals and vitamins may help to:
The diet that would give us the right amount and balance of these nutrients would contain:
It makes evolutionary sense that this type of diet would be good for both our physical and mental health. When food supplies were plentiful, our ancestors would have eaten broadly this kind of diet. Unfortunately that is not what most of us are eating now.
The agricultural and industrial revolutions, followed by the globalisation of world food trade mean that most people in rich countries (and growing proportions in poor countries) eat: