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Joseph Firth, Wolfgang Marx, Rebekah Carney, Scott B Teasdale, Marco Solmi, Brendon Stubbs, Felipe B Schuch, Andre F Carvalho, Felice Jacka, Jerome Sarris



Awarded by National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC)

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Awarded by University of Manchester Presidential Fellowship

Awarded by National Institute for Health Research HEE/NIHR ICA Programme Clinical Lectureship

Funding Acknowledgements

Source of Funding and Conflicts of Interest: F.J. is supported by a National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Career Development Fellowship (2) (APP1108125) and has received grant/research support from the Brain and Behaviour Research Institute, the NHMRC, Australian Rotary Health, the Geelong Medical Research Foundati`on, the Ian Potter Foundation, Eli Lilly, Meat and Livestock Australia, Woolworths Limited, The Fernwood Foundation, Wilson Foundation, GMHBA, and The University of Melbourne, and has received speaker's honoraria from Sanofi-Synthelabo, Janssen Cilag, Servier, Pfizer, Health Ed, Network Nutrition, Angelini Farmaceutica, Eli Lilly, and Metagenics. F.J. has written two books for commercial publication and has a personal belief that good diet quality is important for mental and brain health. J.S. is funded by an NHMRC Research Fellowship (APP1125000) and has received presentation honoraria, travel support, clinical trial grants, book royalties, or independent consultancy payments from the following: Integria Healthcare & MediHerb, Pfizer, Scius Health, Key Pharmaceuticals Taki Mai, Bioceuticals & Blackmores, Soho-Flordis, Healthworld, HealthEd, HealthMasters, Kantar Consulting, Research Reviews, Elsevier, Chaminade University, International Society for Affective Disorders, Complementary Medicines Australia, SPRIM, Terry White Chemists, ANS, Society for Medicinal Plant and Natural Product Research, Sanofi-Aventis, Omega-3 Centre, the NHMRC, and CR Roper Fellowship. J.F. was previously supported by an NICM-Blackmores Institute Fellowship and is currently supported by a University of Manchester Presidential Fellowship (P123958). S.B.T. completes contractual work for Nutrition Research Australia. Nutrition Research Australia conducts independent research for both government and industry organizations. W.M. is currently funded by an Alfred Deakin Postdoctoral Research Fellowship and a Multiple Sclerosis Research Australia early-career fellowship; has previously received funding from the Cancer Council Queensland and university grants/fellowships from La Trobe University, Deakin University, University of Queensland, and Bond University; has received industry funding and has attended events funded by Cobram Estate Pty. Ltd; has received travel funding from the Nutrition Society of Australia; has received consultancy funding from Nutrition Research Australia; and has received speaker's honoraria from The Cancer Council Queensland and the Princess Alexandra Research Foundation. B.S. is supported by the Health Education England and the National Institute for Health Research HEE/NIHR ICA Programme Clinical Lectureship (ICA-CL-2017-03-001). The views expressed in this publication are those of the authors and not necessarily those of the NHS, the National Institute for Health Research, or the Department of Health and Social Care.