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Diet Impacts on Brain and Mind

Diet Impacts on Brain and Mind

9781108719155
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Everybody eats, and what we eat - or do not - affects the brain and mind. There is significant general, applied, academic, and industry interest about nutrition and the brain, yet there is much misinformation and no single reliable guide. Diet Impacts on Brain and Mind provides a comprehensive account of this emerging multi-disciplinary science, exploring the acute and chronic impacts of human diet on the brain and mind. It has a primarily human focus and is broad in scope, covering wide-ranging topics like brain development, whole diets, specific nutrients, research methodology, and food as a drug. It is written in an accessible format and is of interest to undergraduate and graduate students studying nutritional neuroscience and related disciplines, healthcare professionals with an applied interest, industry researchers seeking topic overviews, and interested general readers.
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9781108719155
9781108719155

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Publication date
2023
Issue number
1
Cover
paperback
Pages count
250
Dimensions (mm)
151.00 x 228.00
Weight (g)
710
  • Preface; Acknowledgements; 1. Introduction; 2. Pregnancy, infancy and development; 3. Acute effects of food intake; 4. Chronic effects of food intake - Western-style diets; 5. Dietary neurotoxins; 6. Neuroprotective effects of diet; 7. Food-related drugs and food as a drug; 8. Starvation and caloric restriction in adults; 9. Essential nutrient deficiencies in adults; 10. Implications and conclusions.
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