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Description: Over the last decade\, scient ists have been uncovering an uncomfortable truth: what we eat is affecting our mental health. In this talk\, Professor Rucklidge< /span> will discuss practical and easy ways to introduce nutrition into cl inical practice\, reviewing some of the hypothesised mechanisms of action and the evidence to date.

Julia Ruck lidge is a Professor of Clinical Psychology in the School of Psychology\, Speech and Hearing at the University of Canterbury\ ; the Director of Te Puna Toiora\, the Mental He alth and Nutrition Research Lab\; and co-author of The Better Brain. She r ecently created a free EdX online course for the public on mental health a nd nutrition.

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