About Food for the Brain Foundation

The Food for the Brain Foundation is an educational charitable trust whose mission is to promote awareness of the link between learning, behaviour, mental health and nutrition. It is governed by a Board of Trustees, chaired by Dr Rona Tutt OBE and guided by the Scientific Advisory Board , chaired by Professor David Smith, Emeritus Professor of Pharmacology, from the University of Oxford.

About the Alzheimer’s Prevention Project funding

This project is entirely supported by donations of time, expertise and money. We are deeply indebted to Catharine Trustram Eve, the Project Director, and to Dr Celeste de Jager, Professor David Smith and Professor Timothy Salthouse for their expertise and generous support. The creation of Cognitive Function Test was underwritten by Mike Metcalfe to whom we are immensely grateful.  We need to raise further funds to help more people take the test and to further research into ways of reducing the risk of developing Alzheimer's disease. Find out more about how you can donate." 

About the Cognitive Function Test, authors and advisors

The Cognitive Function Test (CFT) assesses three critical areas of cognitive processing associated with cognitive decline leading to Alzheimer’s disease. These are episodic memory, processing speed and executive function. This test has been developed in collaboration with Dr Celeste de Jager, Professor Timothy Salthouse and Catharine Trustram Eve. The test has been validated for the age range 50-70. The on-line Cognitive Function Test is the copyright of the Food for the Brain Foundation. The test cannot be used, copied or adapted without the expressed permission of Food for the Brain Foundation.

Declaration of Interest

The Alzheimer's Prevention Project is entirely supported by donations of time, expertise and money. You are invited to take the cognitive function test for free. There is no obligation to donate to Food for the Brain. With the exception of gaining data for research, and providing you with your test result in line with our stated educational mission, Food for the Brain does not benefit from your taking the test.  For your convenience we provide links to a number of companies providing supplements and homocysteine tests; however Food for the Brain Foundation does not track or benefit from any purchases you may make.