Books, Booklets, Publications

by Ruth Leyse-Wallace PhD

Books

   Nutrition and Mental Health

Organized by mental health concern, this book covers scientific research and the level of evidence it provides. It contains numerous tables, an index, glossary and extensive referencing to guide readers who want to further explore  any topic.

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Linking Nutrition to Mental Health by Ruth Leyse-Wallace ,PhD, book cover   Linking Nutrition to Mental Health: A Scientific Exploration

Organized by nutrition topic this book presents links published in scientific literature that illustrate the affect of  nutrients, nutrition and nutritional status on mental health/illness and mental status.

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metaparadigm_of_sm   The Metaparadigm of Clinical Dietetics: Derivation and Applications

This book details the origination, research method, findings, and and validation of  a proposed Metaparadigm of Clinical Dietetics by surveying  a random sample of clinical dietetic practitioners. It follows the results with illustrations how such a structure for knowledge can be applied to the world of dietetics. Positioning practice, education and research within the metaparadigm structure of professional knowledge provides a logical and consistent point of comparison within and between disciplines.

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Booklets

support_your_mental_health_sm   Support Your Mental Health with Good Nutrition$10 per copy


A 48-page booklet which answers questions such as

  • “What happens if I don’t eat a healthy diet?”,
  • How much is enough?”,
  • Can I get too much?”,
  • Is there a test for this?
  • Nutrients covered include:
  • Carbohydrate,
  • Amino Acids homocysteine, methionine, tryptophan,
  • Essential Fatty Acids, O-3, O-6. EPA, DHA,
  • Vitamins B-1, B-12, C, folate
  • Minerals chromium, iron and selenium.

nutrition_alcohol_drugs_and_you_sm  Nutrition, Alcohol, Drugs and You – $7 per copy


A 22- page educational booklet describing the nutritional consequences of substance abuse. It includes pages for personal assessment of intake evaluation and goal setting.

  • Table of Contents
  • Are You Malnourished?
  • Symptoms
  • Calories in alcoholic Beverages
  • Vitamins
  • Minerals
  • Supplements
  • Foods
  • Caffeine
  • Action Plan
  • Food Record
  • Minimum Daily Eating guide
  • Evaluating Your Nutrient Intake
  • A Personal Eating Plan
  • Example of a Nutritious day’s Intake with Nutrient Analysis

Professional Journal and Newsletter Publications

Leyse-Wallace, Ruth. Essential Fatty Acids in Behavioral Health. Behavioral Health Nutrition Newsletter.   Newsletter of Behavioral       Health Nutrition-a practice group of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Fall, 2013.

Leyse-Wallace, Ruth.  Anxiety in Dietetic Practice, Behavioral Health Nutrition Newsletter. Newsletter of Behavioral Health Nutrition-a practice group of the American Dietetic Association. Fall 2011.

Leyse-Wallace, Ruth. Bipolar Disorder and Nutrition in Adults. Behavioral Health Nutrition Newsletter. Newsletter of Behavioral Health Nutrition-a practice group of the American Dietetic Association).  Summer, 2010: 1-8.

Leyse-Wallace, Ruth. Depression and Nutritional Deficiency – A Webinar Review. BHN Newsletter (Behavioral  Health Nutrition, a practice group of the American Dietetic Association). 2009. Winter: 4.

Leyse-Wallace, Ruth. Nutrition and Schizophrenia: A Review of Selected References. Developmental Issues, (Newsletter of Behavioral Health Nutrition-a practice group of the American Dietetic Association). Spring, 2008: 10-14.

Leyse Ruth. Ethical Aspects of Clinical Dietetics. Diagnostic Nutrition Network. 1999; 8: (1) 1-7.

Picchioni, Mary & Leyse, Ruth. Advancement of dietetic-specific services in an integrated health system. Diagnostic    Nutrition Network. April 1997; 6: (1) 1-5.

Leyse Ruth. Clinical Dietetics Theory Needed to Complement Nutritional Science Theory. Diagnostic Nutrition Network. October 1996; 5: (2) 6-7.

Conroy Robert, Kim Smith,  Ed Alexander, Alan Felthaus, Ruth Scholl, & Pauline Levy. Total Fitness as a  Psychiatric Hospital Program, Bull of Menninger Clin. 1981; 45: (1) 65-71.

Scholl, Ruth. Anorexia Nervosa, Dietetics in Developmental and Psychiatric Disorder.  Newsletter of Dietetic  Practice Group of The American Dietetic Association. 1981; 2 (2) 1-4.

Chappelle,  Mary Lou & Scholl, Ruth. Adapting the problem-oriented medical record to the psychiatric hospitalJ Amer Diet Assoc. 1973; 63: (6) 643-645.