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The articles "Microbiota-Conscious Dietary Interventions for Depression and Anxiety" and "Taken to Heart: Lessons from the Japanese Macaque Model of Obesogenic Pregnancy" are approved by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, an accredited Provider with the Commission on Dietetic Registration, for CPEU.
Each article has been approved for:
CPE Level: 2
"Microbiota-Conscious Dietary Interventions for Depression and Anxiety"
- Summarize the differences in microbiota composition among individuals with anxiety and depression in comparison to healthy individuals.
- Explain briefly what is currently known about possible microbiome-gut-brain axis mechanisms and their potential relationship to anxiety and depression.
- Discuss dietary recommendations and considerations that may help improve mental health conditions for individuals with depression and anxiety.
"Taken to Heart: Lessons from the Japanese Macaque Model of Obesogenic Pregnancy"
- Explain the role of skeletal muscle in regulating whole-body metabolism and identify the cardiometabolic abnormalities correlated with dysfunctional skeletal muscle.
- Summarize the various impacts of maternal nutrition on the metabolic health of offspring, as elucidated by the Japanese macaque model.
- Discuss the effects of reversing maternal diet on fetal skeletal muscle and the effects of reversing offspring to a healthy postweaning diet on metabolic discrepancies in adolescent skeletal muscle.