To remind MIA readers, I have never received any funding or other support from any of the companies that make the vitamin-mineral combinations that I have researched. They simply provide the nutrients and matching placebo for free without any role in the design or the data analysis or the write up of the studies. The first time they hear of the results is when we publish them. This lack of financial ties is an essential part of my credibility. I have sadly had to deal with a a number of Official Information requests to my university to prove that lack of any financial ties is indeed the truth. The fact that an interview I did in NZ ended up on a website is not in my control and does not reveal anything. I also want to remind this audience that my research is about the idea that nutrients are relevant to brain health. In fact, only 5 minutes of my 18 minute talk was devoted to my specific research. The rest of the talk placed my work within the context of how we currently treat mental illness, other studies that have been done on other nutrients (like omega 3s), what observational studies on diet tell us and how diet as a whole (either through eating or through supplements) is relevant to brain health and needs to be part of the solution for addressing the growing amount of distress in our communities. At 13:55, I mention that we need more research on nutrient-medication interactions – combining the two has proved to be complicated and can be very difficult to successfully navigate through. Finally, double blinded randomized controlled trials are not unsubstantiated claims. Thank you for all the kind words of support from so many of you.