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Video: Nutrition and Diet for Depression and Depressive Symptoms

Nutrition Intervention for Depressive Symptoms The link between diet and depression has come a long way. Research has shown that people who eat more ultra-processed are more likely to develop depression, and people with depressive symptoms tend to improve after...

The Great Debate of Body Weight

Body Weight is a Social Justice Movement   If you are in the healing arts or have any interest in nutrition, you have most likely picked up on a lot of “charge” in conversations around body weight. For example, many people have decided that...

Food Addiction and Psychosocial Adversity: Biological Embedding, Contextual Factors, and Public Health Implications

The latest article by David Wiss is open-access and can be downloaded from the high-impact Nutrients journal HERE Abstract: Converging evidence from both animal and human studies have implicated hedonic eating as a driver of both binge eating and obesity. The...

Food Addiction and Disordered Eating Webinar

Sorting Through Dialectical Truths In this webinar, David Wiss MS RDN helps you sort through dialectical truths that plague the nutrition profession. People seem to pick a “campsite” and then wage war at the other camps. In other words, there are false...

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