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Nutrition and Sleep Hygiene: Helpful Roles vs Disruptive Risks

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    For many research scientists in the molecular biochemistry and physiology fields, sleep is often touted as 'the most anti-inflammatory event in metabolism.' But what role does nutrition play in healthy sleep cycles and, by extension, inflammatory disease risk reduction? Joining host Kathy King to discuss nutritional mechanisms in sleep aids and sleep disruptors alike is Diana Noland, dietitian and board-certified clinical nutritionist on the adjunct faculty of the University of Kansas Medical Center Department of Dietetics and Nutrition, and in private practice in Burbank, CA. Ms. Noland specializes in nutritional health for complex metabolic conditions, oncology, gastrointestinal, and neurologic chronic diseases.   

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    For many research scientists in the molecular biochemistry and physiology fields, sleep is often touted as 'the most anti-inflammatory event in metabolism.' But what role does nutrition play in healthy sleep cycles and, by extension, inflammatory disease risk reduction? Joining host Kathy King to discuss nutritional mechanisms in sleep aids and sleep disruptors alike is Diana Noland, dietitian and board-certified clinical nutritionist on the adjunct faculty of the University of Kansas Medical Center Department of Dietetics and Nutrition, and in private practice in Burbank, CA. Ms. Noland specializes in nutritional health for complex metabolic conditions, oncology, gastrointestinal, and neurologic chronic diseases.   

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