Tuesday, September 4
A doctor and expert in nutrition and "dietary" psychology will discuss the relationship between food and psychological equilibrium.
The medical field has begun to explain a lot about the impact food has on our psychological state and the effects of our psychological states on the way we eat.
This Zen Point will explain sleep, attention, mood, intellectual performance, and dietary habit disorders (the need for sugar, ungrounded hunger, snacking, etc.) and their dietary causes including poorly distributed daily food portions, meals which are too poor in protein content, too rich in quick sugars, poorly balanced in their lipid content, etc. This Zen Point will provide you with the means to understand your relationship to "pychologically ideal nutrition" and to test the effect of nutritional correction on a somewhat faltering psychological state.
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