From new research into nutritional psychiatry to learning to be savvy when it comes to food labelling, this is a summary of the food news that has caught our eyes this week.

The guardian

Nutritional Psychiatry: Can you eat yourself happy? ‘What we stick in our mouths matters to our mental health,’ says a leading light in this new field. So what should we be eating?

https://www.theguardian.com/food/2019/mar/18/can-you-eat-yourself-happier-nutritional-psychiatry-mental-health

Inside the impossible burger: is the meat-free mega trend as good as we think? Makers of animal-free products aim to revolutionise the very idea of meat – but is their hi-tech approach really the answer?

https://www.theguardian.com/food/2019/mar/14/impossible-burger-meat-from-cells-change-eating-habits

The i

Want to eat well? Learn to be label savvy. There’s more to smart food shopping than the traffic light system, say Graham Allock and Colette Heneghan.

https://inews.co.uk/news/health/food-labelling-healthy-eating-shopping/

The-Times-logo

Kenny Tutt: ‘Masterchef is stressfull, but the real pressure starts afterwards’. Last years’ winner Kenny Tutt is about to open his first restaurant. He still has nightmares about John Torode and Gregg Wallace.

https://www.thetimes.co.uk/edition/times2/kenny-tutt-masterchef-is-stressful-but-the-real-pressure-starts-afterwards-swx5mp3br

The Sun

CHOCS WAHEY! Marks and Spencer Easter Egg goes viral as stunned customers claim bunny chocolate resembles rude pose. The ‘yoga bunny’ has been interpreted as something a little ruder.

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/8679033/marks-and-spencer-easter-egg-viral-rude/