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Eat like your brain depends on it: Mind-body resiliency through nutrition and innovation – webinarEat like your brain depends on it: Mind-body resiliency through nutrition and innovation – webinar

A look into the role of nutrition in mental health and how natural products and supplement companies can address the connection between nutrition, mind, and body.

October 8, 2021

2 Min Read

Now on-demand!



Stress and anxiety are on the rise. In fact, 2 in 3 adults (67%) say they have experienced increased stress over the course of the pandemic, compounded by lingering fear and uncertainty, economic impact, and more. Managing stress, mood and getting adequate sleep are of particular concern to younger adults – who also play a key role in driving the future growth of the Dietary Supplements category.

There is mounting evidence that poor nutrition may contribute to the worsening of mood disorders such as anxiety and depression – factors that can also impact immune health. ​

What role can nutrition play in addressing these troubling trends?  How can we innovate to help ease consumer concerns and bring them to a healthier, happier place?

Join DSM experts and Harvard board-certified Nutritional Psychiatrist, Dr. Uma Naidoo for a deep-dive discussion on the connection between nutrition, mind, and body. ​

In this session, you will learn:

  • What consumers are doing today to manage stress and mood – and what more could they be doing

  • How nutrition can contribute to mental wellbeing and therefore immunity ​

  • The relationship between mood and food ​

  • Trending ingredients and inspiration for dietary supplement innovation ​



Francine Schoenwetter
Content Marketing Director, Informa Markets Health & Nutrition

Dr. Uma Naidoo​
Harvard board-certified Nutritional Physchiatrist

Anne Healy​, MBA
Senior Marketing Manager, Dietary Supplements, DSM

Dr. Sonia Hartunian-Sowa
Director of Nutrition Science & Advocacy, DSM


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