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Registered dietitian nutritionist Fran Johnson, MS, RDN, LD, explores the important connection between nutrition and psychological health.
Although the factors associated with mental health are varied and complex, the emerging field of nutritional psychiatry has revealed encouraging associations between food intake and mental health. An unhealthy diet certainly affects how we feel physically, but can it also negatively impact our ability to combat diagnoses such as depression and anxiety? Fran Johnson, MS, RDN, LD, explores the important connection between nutrition and psychological health.
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