Food, Mood & Cognition - CD format - 6 Hours

This 5-CD audio program describes how nutrition can be used to enhance cognitive function. Recognizes the relationship between diet, obesity, and poor mental health. Describes how gut health can affect brain health, and vice versa. Explains how stress and inflammation impact the gut and the brain, and therefore influence our physical and mental health. Lists interventions to improve appetite control and mood. Outlines the relationship between food, mood, and dental health.
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Learning Objectives 

  1. Describe how nutrition can be used to enhance cognitive function.
  2. Recognize the relationship between diet, obesity, and poor mental health.
  3. Describe how gut health can affect brain health, and vice versa.
  4. Explain how stress and inflammation impact the gut and the brain, and therefore influence our physical and mental health.
  5. List interventions to improve appetite control and mood.
  6. Outline the relationship between food, mood, and dental health.
Instructor G. Willett, Ph.D., R.D.
Contact Hours: 6
More Information About This Course: Food, Mood, & Cognition Accreditation PDF

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