Cassandra Abrams

Cassandra Abrams

Feb 04, 2019

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    About This Project

    The field of nutritional neuroscience has made strides in understanding the role of diet on brain function and health. This is a randomized controlled study as participants are randomly assigned to interventional groups. Diet intervention participants are put on a Mediterranean diet for 4 weeks while assessing their mood and anthropometric measurements. The goal of this research is to test the hypothesis that diet could have a direct effect on mental wellbeing.

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