Dr Alex Richardson Q&A: Nutritional Lipids for Mood and Behaviour

Dr Alex Richardson Q&A: Nutritional Lipids for Mood and Behaviour

On the back of huge interest and too little time in her presentation and following Q&A session at yesterday's Nutritional Lipids and Oils online event, we put some more of your questions to Dr Alex Richardson.

The omega-3 and brain expert, who is Founder Director of UK-based research charity Food and Behaviour Research (FAB Research) and a senior research fellow at Oxford University, presented a wealth of data on the possible links between diet and brain health, mood and behavioural conditions.

You can watch Dr Richardson's presentation - in addition to all of the other presentations from our Nutritional Lipids and Oils event - using the 'on demand' feature by clicking here.

Please note that unless you have already registered for the event, you will first need to do so by following this link.

Additional Q&A

Due to such a high level of interest in Richardson's session, but very little time to get through the many questions sent in to us during the event, Nutraingredients decided to put all the additional questions we didn't manage to get through to our expert in a follow up session.

Simply click play below to listen to the our Q&A session with Dr Richardson.

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