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Az utóbbi időben felvirágzó táplálkozáspszichológia (nutritional psychology) egyre növekvő számú kutatási eredménye támasztja alá a zöldség-, illetve gyümölcsfogyasztás és a mentális egészség közötti összefüggéseket. Az egyes tápanyagokat (pl. cink, folsav, B-vitamin, D-vitamin, ómega-3 zsírsav) vizsgáló kutatások eredményei szerint ezek a tápanyagok monoterápiaként használva egyértelmű eredményeket nem mutatnak. A jelenlegi ellentmondásos eredmények alól kivételt az ómega-3 zsírsav jelenthet, amellyel összefüggésben a legrobosztusabb eredményeket mutat a szakirodalom mind önálló, mind kiegészítő terápiaként. Ígéretes eredményeket a komplex étrendeket vizsgáló és a zöldség-, illetve gyümölcsfogyasztásra fókuszáló kutatások mutatnak. A zöldség–gyümölcs–bevitel, valamint a teljes kiőrlésű gabonák, hüvelyesek és olajos magvak fogyasztása pedig nemcsak a bennük található tápanyagok, hanem a rosttartalmuk miatt is kiemelkedő fontosságú, mivel ezek a tápanyagok az egészséges bélflórát biztosítják. Az elmúlt pár év eredményei a bélrendszer és az agy szoros összefüggését mutatják (ún. mikrobiom–bél–agy–tengely), jelezve, hogy az emésztőrendszer és a mentális egészség között szoros kapcsolat állhat fenn. Ezért a jelen tanulmány amellett érvel, hogy pszichológusként akkor is érdemes figyelembe vennünk a kliensünk étrendjét és az azzal kapcsolatos szokásait, ha nem ez áll tünetei fókuszában.

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    Penetanguishene, Canada
  • Kósa, Karolina, University of Debrecen, Debrecen
  • Novák, Márta, University of Toronto, University Health Network, Toronto, Canada
  • Pikó, Bettina, University of Szeged, Szeged
  • Rácz, József, Semmelweis University, Budapest
  • Tiringer, István, University of Pécs, Pécs

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