Food and mood – How your diet can affect mental and brain health - With Professor Felice Jacka
Professor Felice Jacka presented her findings on establishing a new approach to the prevention and treatment of mental disorders by looking at what we eat.
Attendees gained insights into the rapidly emerging evidence that gut health is a key variable influencing our mood, behaviour and brain development.
About Professor Felice Jacka
Professor Felice Jacka is a Career Development Fellow at Deakin University where she is director of the Food and Mood Centre. Her current work focuses closely on the links between diet, gut health and mental and brain health.
Eating Your Way to Awesome with Dr Joanna McMillan
We recently had Dr Joanna McMillan, one of Australia’s best-known health, nutrition and lifestyle experts provide a free seminar. Dr Joanna explored how food, drink, exercise, activity, stress and sleep can all influence how you feel today and how they affect your health in the long term.
Watch the seminar below and learn about a healthy eating template that allows for individual needs and preferences. The seminar aims to bust some of the myths and misconceptions around eating in order to foster a healthy relationship with food, eating and your own body.
(The result could be a healthier, happier and more productive you!)
About Dr Joanna McMillan
Dr Joanna is one of Australia’s most favourite and trusted health and wellbeing experts. She is a PhD qualified nutrition scientist, an accredited practising dietitian and a former fitness instructor, giving her the sound credentials required to help us make our way through the increasingly confusing nutrition and health messages in the media. Joanna is a regular on TV, radio and in print media. Born and raised in Scotland, Joanna emigrated to Australia in 1999.
Can we prevent depression – GMHBA Health Seminar
Featuring Professor Michael Berk, Alfred Deakin Professor of Psychiatry at Deakin University's School of Medicine.
Michael discusses how depression can affect any one of us and there are many possible risk factors for depression, which vary from person to person. Most importantly, many of these risks can be addressed.
Click the links below to access Professor Michael Berk’s presentation. For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org