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Mental health is one of the greatest concerns in the modern age, and while phenomenal headway is being made in diagnosis and treatment, new leading research is discovering that there is a direct correlation between depression and anxiety and the food we eat.

Nutritional expert Michele Chevalley Hedge gives this talk at the Happiness and Its Causes conference in Sydney, Australia, and uncovers several key links between the nutrition we put in our bodies, and various mental afflictions.

While therapy and medication work wonders for millions – an adjustment of diet could also be a key player in mental wellbeing.

If you or anyone you know suffers from depression or anxiety, share this video far and wide! 


Happy Healthy Holidays

Christmas recipes that taste so delicious you cannot believe they are healthy!  The MINDD Foundation reached out to a few foodies, nutritionists, and chefs and produced this amazing book.

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