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The McCarrison Society is seeking nominations for the 2007 Cleave Award

Preference will be given to those who have published on the benefits of fruits, vegetables and fibrous foods and the dis-benefits of purified carbohydrates and high quantities of sucrose in the diet. 

Nominations should be sent to the chair of the McCarrison Society, Professor Michael Crawford, on one A4 page with a description of the individual's achievements in nutrition and health together with a brief CV. The person need not be a member of the Society.

2006 Award to Dr. Joseph Hibbeln
Dr. Joseph Hibbeln of the National Institutes of Health, USA was presented with the 2006 Cleave Award for his important and thought provoking work on nutrition and mental health.

He gave the keynote lecture at our cutting-edge conference which brought together PSYCHOLOGY & NUTRITION, and showed how nutrition, hormones and genomics are powerfully affecting future generations' mental and physical health. The conference title was "Generating Healthy Brains - Nutrients and Hormones in Development:, mental health through coordinated care of life's beginnings" organised by Simon House and held at the Innholder's Hall 17 January 2006.
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UK Government coming into step with the McCarrison Society again!
See Sustainable Food, Health and Climate Change
The McCarrison Society assembles scientific knowledge & evidence worldwide on sound nutrition, free from economic and political pressures, for the physical and mental health of future generations; runs conferences & lectures; encourages and initiates research projects; liaises with the scientific and agricultural communities, and urges the inclusion of nutrition as a mandatory subject in medical departments and its teaching in schools. 
Photos Copyright Trevor Bennett 2004-2006. Foire Bio, Brittany
First Press comment Oct 26th 2006 From The Economist print edition

"Omega-3 is very good for fetuses, especially those whose mothers have HIV"

A Symposium of the Letten and Mother and Child Foundations in collaboration with the Institute of Brain Chemistry and Human Nutrition at the London Metropolitan University and the McCarrison Society: Epigenetics in relation to malnutrition, brain function and infection. The spread of the HIV epidemic in Africa.{}

Some much publicised studies, and in particular British Medical Journal have claimed that there was no evidence linking omega-3 intake and improvements in heart healthA new review, published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, and reported by nutraingredients-usa.com re-affirms that  omega-3s from oily fish and supplements can reduce the risk of cardiac and sudden death, and possibly stroke.

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