NUTRITIONAL PSYCHOLOGY RESEARCH LIBRARY

The Nutritional Psychology Research Library (NPRL) is one of CNP’s five research libraries housing links to nearly 3,000 peer-reviewed scientific studies informing the Diet-Mental Health Relationship (DMHR). The NPRL contains research conducted in the general 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 that not only can nutrition play a role in our psychological, behavioral, cognitive, sensory-perceptual, interoceptive, and psychosocial experience, but that improvements in dietary intake can result in positive 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. Findings on the child and adolescent population DMHR can be found in the Parent Research Library.

FEATURED RESEARCH CATEGORY

Medicinal Mushrooms & Mental Health

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FEATURED RESEARCH CATEGORY

Diet and Sport Psychology

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FEATURED RESEARCH CATEGORY

Microbiota Gut-Brain Axis (MGBA) & Mental Health

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