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Nutritional Psychology is an innovative new approach to working with some of the most common issues we see in our world today when it comes eating, body image, and weight. Nutritional Psychology is the science of how nutrients affect mood and behavior.
This field examines the relationship between food and our internal experience, illuminating the biophysiological mechanisms, influenced by our nutrient intakes that underlie mood and behavior. Nutritional Psychology tells us that what we think about what we eat is more important than what we actually eat for our health and wellbeing.
Related Journals of Nutritional Psychology
Journal of Health Psychology, Journal of Nutrition & Food Sciences, International Journal of Clinical and Health Psychology, Psychology & Health, British Journal of Health Psychology , Psychology, Food, Health and Nutrition, British Food Journal, Health Psychology, Neuropsychology, Health Psychology & Behavioral Medicine, The Japanese Journal of Health Psychology.