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Food for Thought…About Nutrition, Performance, Resiliency and Recovery

Cpl. Donovan J. Graphman chooses an apple with his meal at the 12th Marines Mess Hall on Camp Hansen, Okinawa, Japan. (Photo courtesy U.S. Marine Corps)

In recognition of National Nutrition Month, Dr. Brian J. Grady, interim director of the National Center for Telehealth and Technology (T2) wrote an article looking at the link between nutrition and overall psychological health. Grady shares how nutrition can impact a service member’s performance, resilience and medical recovery. He also shares helpful tools to help service members and their families make wise choices regarding food, including how to eat more mindfully.

Read the full article, “Food for ThoughtAbout Nutrition, Performance, Resiliency and Recovery” on T2's website.

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