Is your diet making you dumb?
It has long been established that the nutritional balance of your diet contributes significantly to all aspects of development: physical, intellectual and psychological.
In this session, Dr Fiona Kerr and Chef Simon Bryant ponder such questions as whether the context, surroundings and emotional engagement with food can also affect how our body and mind process the benefit; and could it be how and with whom we eat is just as important as what we eat, and is it the case that the protocol of social eating is not just about 'good manners' but also about 'best practice'?
Dr Fiona Kerr
Dr Fiona Kerr is a prominent thought leader in the fields of cognitive neuroscience, human connectivity and the impacts of technologisation. She combines her role as Industry Professor, Neural and Systems Complexity at Adela...
A love for words, language and conversation do not make wine an obvious career choice, but a two year ‘distraction’ at Juveniles and Willi’s in Paris, and an unconventional apprenticeship as a van driver/kitchen porter/waite...
Simon Bryant has a 25-year career that started in Thai and Indian fast service restaurants. He completed stints as a butcher, function caterer, brasserie line chef, and as Chef de Partie in Cheong Liew’s much applauded The G...
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