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Leszczyńska Teresa (Akademia Rolnicza w Krakowie), Pisulewski Paweł M.
Tytuł
Wpływ wybranych składników żywności na aktywność psychofizyczną człowieka
Potential impact of Selected Nutrients on the Human Psychophysical Activity
Źródło
Żywność: nauka - technologia - jakość, 2004, R. 11, nr 1 (38), s. 12-24, rys., bibliogr. 68 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Model żywienia, Zdrowie, Styl życia, Żywność
Feeding model, Health, Lifestyle, Food
Uwagi
streszcz., summ.
Abstrakt
Dokonano przeglądu potencjalnego wpływu wybranych składników żywności na aktywność umysłową oraz ryzyko wystąpienia dysforii, demencji i depresji. Przedstawiono dowody na kluczową rolę m.in. witamin z grupy B i witamin przeciwutleniających w ochronie przed niekorzystnymi zmianami w naczyniach krwionośnych, arterosklerozą i demencję. Wskazano również na udział choliny, alkoholu i kofeiny w funkcjonowaniu centralnego układu nerwowego oraz diety na syntezę neuroaktywnego składnika - β -endorfiny.(abstrakt oryginalny)

In the paper presented, the authors review the potential impact of selected nutrients on mental activity, as well as the risk of dysphoria, dementia, and depression to occur in people. Evidence was provided that the B-complex and antioxidant vitamins play an important role in the protection against unfavorable changes in blood-vessels, as well as against arteriosclerosis and dementia diseases. It was demonstrated that such substances as choline, alcohol, and caffeine are significantly involved in the functioning of the central nerve system, and that a diet influences the synthesis of ß-endorphin, which is a neuro-active substance. (original abstract)
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