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Title: Psychology and Nutrition — How They Depend on each other


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Psychology and Nutrition How They Depend on
each other Pt.1
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INTRODUCTION
  • To live a full life, we need to fill our
    stomachs. We can fill our stomachs by eating
    food. Food is not only a word, it has become an
    emotion for many people.
  • If there is food before you, you keep seeing it
    or drooling over it before we start to consume
    it. In the present scenario, people are becoming
    foodies by eating the food they desire.

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INTRODUCTION
  • As we all know food is essential for our
    survival as it provides all the required
    nutrients for our body. Apart from nutritional
    usage, food is also related to a persons mood
    and mental health.
  • A person in any mood if he eats food will become
    normal. Food has been a friend for humans for a
    long time.
  • Food is linked to nutritional as well as
    psychological aspects in a persons life. There
    is much research that is being done to understand
    nutritions role in a persons mental health.

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NUTRITIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
  • Nutrition and psychology are two different
    fields, but they can be connected by a field
    known as nutritional psychology.
  • This field deals with the role nutrition be it
    dietary patterns, broad-based multi-nutrient
    supplements or fixed vitamins, minerals, or other
    nutrients plays in the etiology of mental health
    problems.
  • Another definition that can be said is it is an
    interdisciplinary field to develop an envisaged
    framework to understand the diet- mental health
    relationship.

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NUTRITIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
  • This framework allows us to procure awareness of
    the deeper, more complex role that food,
    nutrients, and dietary intake patterns play in
    shaping our mood, behavior, and mental health.

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NUTRITIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
  • This framework allows us to procure awareness of
    the deeper, more complex role that food,
    nutrients, and dietary intake patterns play in
    shaping our mood, behavior, and mental health.
  • The essential vitamins, minerals, and nutrients
    found in whole or unprocessed foods notably
    support the bodys biochemical and physiological
    processes.
  • As the gap between our bodys physiological needs
    and our dietary intake patterns widens, the
    importance of considering diet as a piece of the
    puzzle in the worlds mental health crisis is
    needed.

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NEED FOR HEALTH CARE SERVICES
  • The Center for Nutritional Psychology (CNP)
    exists to address the need of nutritional
    psychology through fused research efforts related
    to the Diet-Mental Health Relationship,
    developing formalized curriculum to support
    individuals in understanding this relationship,
    and advocating for the training of students and
    professionals in the field of Nutritional
    Psychology.
  • There have been many health care services that
    have been grown in recent times for making people
    understand the need for necessary nutrients.
    Health care services are needed to understand the
    need of nutrients for the proper functioning of
    our body.

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NEED FOR HEALTH CARE SERVICES
  • If we have proper nutrition we can be prevented
    from various illnesses as food also provides
    immunity against diseases. In order to have a
    properly working healthy body, proper nutritional
    intake is necessary.
  • These health care services give advice regarding
    this and act as a guide for consulting a doctor.
    Depending on the body condition health care
    service providers tell what should be done to be
    healthy.
  • In order to get primary consultation for
    not-so-severe diseases, health care services can
    be an option. They can provide the right advice
    and medication for the disease, but if the case
    is worst they will suggest a doctor consultation
    for recovery.

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EFFECTS OF IMPROPER NUTRITION
  • Improper nutrition here signifies the improper
    intake of food or delay in food timings or not
    eating healthy food. Improper nutrition affects
    the energy dietary density(ED) which in turn
    affects the individual by causing obesity.
  • Various studies show that obesity is also related
    to psychological aspects in an individual. The
    main reason for this has been found to be stress
    which in turn leads to depression.
  • Psychological distress, which is defined as the
    co-occurrence of discerned stress and depressive
    symptoms, may be linked to increased
    cardiometabolic disease risk through the intake
    of high energy-dense diets.

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EFFECTS OF IMPROPER NUTRITION
  • Adults are more likely to feel stressed when they
    discern environmental demands as taxing and see
    themselves as wanting the resources to cope with
    these demands. Stress can precipitate or
    exacerbate depressive symptoms and reinforce
    unhealthy dietary patterns leading to greater
    psychological distress and potentially incurable
    illness.
  • The relationship between psychological distress
    may be bidirectional obesity may contribute to
    depression due to negative body image and social
    stigma.
  • Overweight individuals studies show that stress
    and depressive symptoms as psychological factors
    affect eating behaviors and food choices.

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EFFECTS OF IMPROPER NUTRITION
  • Negative emotions such as anger, fear, and
    sadness are associated with irregular eating
    patterns. Eating food paves the way to get
    distracted, or to relax or feel better from these
    emotions.
  • Stress is associated with cravings for high fat
    and high carbohydrate foods, particularly among
    women. Stress-related eating is more common in
    women than men.
  • Depressive symptoms are associated with
    increased appetite, excess food intake,
    preferences for high fat and carbohydrate foods,
    excess alcohol intake, and higher BMI in women
    than in men.

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EFFECTS OF IMPROPER NUTRITION
  • Additionally, severely depressed individuals may
    be less able to adhere to dietary
    recommendations. Although stress and depressive
    symptoms may contribute to weight gain in some
    individuals, psychological distress can have the
    opposite effect in others.

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