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By: Kate | February 03, 2016

It is well accepted that the food we put into our bodies affects our physical health, and there is a plethora of advice to guide our choices. At yet we give nothing like that much attention to what we are feeding into our minds, and the impact this may have on our mental health.


Modern technology has given us access to information at a level unprecedented in human history. Between newspapers, magazines, books , TV,  radio, smart phones, computers, poster ads and billboards, we are bombarded at every turn. Every single piece of information has to be processed by our brain, and in turn influences the way we perceive the world, our life and ourselves. Perhaps it is no coincidence that this increasing information overload is being matched by sky...

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