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Days of Applied Psychology

September 27, 2024 - September 28, 2024

The Days of Applied Psychology is now one of the prominent conferences in the field of psychology in South Eastern Europe.

IFM’s Annual Functional Medicine Conference

May 29, 2024 - June 1, 2024

Discover the latest research and innovative clinical practices in functional medicine.

APA Annual Convention

August 8, 2024 - August 10, 2024

APA 2024 provides an exclusive opportunity to engage with a diverse audience who are actively pursuing innovative solutions for their challenges.

Disclaimer: CNP is not affiliated with these events nor are these events sponsored by CNP.

NEWS in NUTRITIONAL PSYCHOLOGY

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The foods that can improve brain function – BBC REEL

Kimberley Wilson looks at the food and drink that can have a surprisingly positive effect on improving our memory, and those that can do it harm.

The Sugar Mind Trap: Obesity’s Path to Neurodegeneration – Neuroscience News

Explore the groundbreaking discovery that links obesity to the risk of developing neurodegenerative disorders.

Mental Health and Diet: How Food Can Affect Your Mood

You are what you eat takes on new meaning when you add mental health into the mix. NBC 5’s Lauren Petty reports.

Diet and Depression: Ultra-Processed Foods Linked to Depression – Neuroscience News

New research unveils the potential impact of ultra-processed foods on mental health.

These Dietary Habits Can Strengthen Your Gut-Brain Connection

Dr. Uma Naidoo, a nutritional psychiatrist, explains the surprising role our gut plays in maintaining mental health.

The Dangers of Food Addiction

Studies show that hyperpalatable foods can highjack areas in the brain leading to food addiction.

IS DIET IMPACTING OUR IMMUNITY?

Check out the “Diet and Immunity” category in our NP Research Library.

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