Our diet can affect out brain function, mental health and mood. Eating a range of colourful fruits, vegetables, proteins and grains can help maximise the nutrients your body needs to be healthy.

Research on heavy vehicle drivers has found that a dietary pattern of snack food eating (such as fried foods and sweet drinks) was associated with a more risky driving behaviour. Whereas drivers who consumed a healthier eating pattern including more vegetables and staple foods (such as whole grains and dairy) had a more positive driving behaviour [4].