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.

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Pubmed Data : Psychiatr Danub. 2020 Autumn - Winter;32(3-4):334-345. PMID: 33370730
Study Type : Review

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