Recent Advances in Nutritional Psychiatry
Grosso, Giuseppe (editor)
Mental health disorders represent a major public health issue due to their impact on years lived with disability, and cross-talk with other non-communicable diseases, such as cancer, cardiovascular diseases, and diabetes. Importantly, most of these conditions can be prevented by implementing healthy dietary habits. Consequently, a recently developed field of psychiatry, “nutritional psychiatry”, is focused on investigating the relationships among dietary factors, eating habits, and mental disorders in order to form methods for the prevention and treatment of mental disorders.This Special Collection from Nutrients will focus on both observational and molecular studies that investigate the effects of nutrients, foods, and whole dietary patterns on mental health. We invited authors to submit reviews and studies providing evidence of the effects of nutritional factors on cognitive function, depression, sleep patterns, stress, and quality of life.
Keywordspolyphenol; sleep; mental health; cohort; antioxidant; cognitive; brain; Sicily; population; diet quality; nutrition; depression; mood disorders; prevention; food insecurity; sleep disturbance; adults; cross-sectional study; dietary pattern; gestation; diet; sleep quality; Pittsburgh sleep quality index; GABA; ketogenic diet; low-carbohydrate; anxiety; ketosis; gut microbiota; nutritional psychiatry; bioflavonoids; functional food; neurodegeneration; T-maze; Barnes test; passive avoidance; animal models; alpha-synuclein; neuroinflammation; Passiflora incarnata; neuropsychiatric disorders; stress; depressive disorder; mental disorders; nutrition surveys; trends; time restricted feeding; intermittent fasting; chrononutrition; brain diseases; aging; risk factor; Mediterranean diet; coffee consumption; caffeine; cerebrovascular disease; executive dysfunction; geriatric depression; dose-response association; dietary factors; lifestyle; mood
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Publication date and placeBasel, 2022
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