Wednesday, February 8, 2023

Tag: nutrition and psychology

Julia Rucklidge: Nutrition, Mental Health and TED

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An interview with Dr Julia Rucklidge, professor of clinical psychology at the University of Canterbury in New Zealand and Director of the Mental Health and Nutrition Research Group.

Critical Influence of Nutrition on Psychosocial Wellbeing in Childhood

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The bidirectional relationship between diet and nutrition and social, emotional, and educational factors among European youth.

Dr. Joseph Firth: The Role of Exercise and Nutrition in Early...

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Dr. Joseph Firth of Western Sydney University talks about his research into the role of exercise and nutrition in supporting young people in the early stages of psychotic illness.

Finding the Way to Mental Health

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I love counseling, and helping people deal with their emotional and relational problems. But in addition, I encourage anyone suffering from mental issues to consider that nutritional issues are also involved in their distress.

Nutrition, Sleep, and Mental Health

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It was somewhat surprising 15+ years ago when Bonnie first began to be challenged (by psychiatrists in particular, who are always being asked about adverse side effects) to answer this question: what are the side effects of taking a broad-spectrum formula? In all these ensuing years, the answer has not changed from her first observations: people repeatedly tell us that in addition to improved mental health and cognitive clarity, they sleep better and they experience relief of constipation. Now, finally, we have evidence for the first of those two ‘side effects’ in the form of an excellent study

“Fructose Alters Hundreds of Brain Genes, Leading to Wide Range of...

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A new study out of UCLA finds that genes related to Alzheimer’s and “ADHD” can be damaged by fructose, a sugar common in the...

“Sugar May be as Damaging to the Brain as Extreme Stress...

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“The fact that drinking sugar or exposure to early life stress reduced the expression of genes critical for brain development and growth is of...