The Nutritional Psychology Research Library (NPRL) is one of CNP’s five research libraries housing links to over 2,000 research studies informing the Diet-Mental Health Relationship (DMHR) and study of nutritional psychology (NP). These online research libraries contain research conducted on both the child adolescent and adult populations. This multidisciplinary research demonstrates the far-reaching effects of dietary intake on all aspects of psychological health, processes, functioning, and experience. Collectively, this evidence illustrates the interconnected relationship between dietary intake and all aspects of the DMHR and how improvements in dietary intake lead to positive psychological and mental health outcomes.
We are working towards viewing the Diet-Mental Health Relationship (DMHR) through a singular lens to prepare mental health, nutrition, and allied professionals to better accommodate the global mental healthcare challenges of today.
We are capturing the world’s research exploring the diet-mental health relationship (DMHR) and the growing field of nutritional psychology (NP)! If you have published a study related to the DMHR/NP, or have knowledge of a study you would like to see included in the Nutritional Psychology Research Libraries (NPRLs), please let us know by submitting the study title and its link below. We will consider all submissions and determine proper placement within the Research Libraries. Thanks for helping us to make this library grow!