By Gianfranco Moioli
Durante los últimos años se ha producido una profunda transformación en el campo de los hábitos alimentarios, favoreciendo l. a. ingesta de alimentos nuevos alimentos en detrimento de otros que, como l. a. fruta, los angeles verdura y los cereales menos refinados, constituían los angeles base tradicional de los angeles alimentación. Los nuevos los estilos de vida que se están consolidando favorecen los angeles tendencia hacia productos preparados o pre-cocinados. Paralelamente en nuestros hábitos de alimentación se ha producido también un cambio cuantitativo, consumiendo a menudo más calorías de las necesarias. Todo esto se refleja en nuestra salud, y no siempre de modo positivo (transtornos metabólicos, obesidad, enfermedades cardiovasculares). Una correcta nutrición debería basarse en el conocimiento de las exigencias de nuestro organismo, de sus peculiaridades y de las características nutritivas de los alimentos. Este diccionario nos ofrece todos los datos que necesitamos saber de los alimentos para conseguir una dieta equilibrada y racional (características nutritivas, combinación de alimentos,…).
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There is now a wider acceptance that a sufficient diet may not be an optimal diet, providing the context for further work uncovering the links between nutrition, cognition and the brain. Cognitive results from various studies show that early diet is related to future outcome even in a setting where overall levels of nutrition, both pre- and postnatal, are adequate and severe malnourishment is no longer seen as a prerequisite for less than optimal outcome. Gale et al. (2009), for example, found that IQ at 4 years was related to the proportion of fruit, vegetables and home-made foods in the diet at 6 and 12 months.
The infants of mothers who chose to breast feed were also randomly allocated to one of these diets for use as a supplement should the mother fail to provide the required complement of milk; intake varied between 0 and 100 % in this group of infants depending on the amount of breast milk provided by the mother. Life-long follow-up was planned for these children to look at anthropometric measures, cardiovascular function, bone minerals and cognition. Only the last will be discussed in this chapter.
Although neuroscientists have largely ignored nutrition as an independent variable of interest in cognitive development, the finding should come as no surprise in view of the large animal literature that clearly illustrates the link. Smart (1986), for example, undertook a review of the animal literature to address the question of whether early under-nutrition had effects on later intellectual functioning. One hundred and sixty-five studies in non-human species (85 % in rodents) in which there had been a period of protein–energy malnutrition sometime between conception and early post-weaning, followed © Woodhead Publishing Limited, 2011 4 Lifetime nutritional influences on behaviour and psychiatric illness by at least one month of good quality diet, were reviewed.