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Monday, March 19, 2018
The Science of How Your Diet Affects Your Mental Health
3-16-18 New York magazine
Mark Haub, Ph.D., a professor of nutrition at Kansas State University, describes nutritional psychiatry as a field where both mental health and nutrition professionals can “cross over and better understand how food and nutrients can affect mental health and mental status.” In particular, a body of research has emerged in the last decade linking healthy diet with the treatment and prevention of depression. (The particular definition of healthy diet vary from study to study, but generally speaking, the common link is nutrient-dense plant based foods and lean proteins — in other words, cornflakes and turmeric lemonade need not apply.)
Having found favorable clarity and appealing water temperatures during practice on Lake Keowee’s south end, Kansas State’s Zack Vielhauer and Will Andrie sacked a limit of 13 pounds, 2 ounces to win the Carhartt Bassmaster College Classic presented by Bass Pro Shops.
*K-State military teams conduct 24-hour honor of WWI soldier
3/17/18 Manhattan Mercury
K-State’s military drill team and ROTC cadets honored a fallen Wildcat on Thursday with a 24-hour silent guard at the World War I Memorial Stadium.
Sky is the limit
3-18-18 Salina Journal
“It’s probably even more potential than we realize,” said Barnhart, associate dean for research at the Kansas State University Polytechnic Campus in Salina.
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