International interest in nutrition and its link with mood
Around the world, there is a lot of interest in food and its effect on our mood and mental health. There is increased scientific research into how nutrition affects our brain. Many reputable healthy living websites and wellbeing websites contain content pages about the relationship between certain foods and mood that are based on scientific evidence. For example, we read that omega-3 is important, as is serotonin, the “feel good” hormone. Certain foods are recommended to boost our intake of certain nutrients. For example, in many websites, seeds, nuts, chia seeds, dark leafy greens, such as spinach, are listed as perhaps having potential positive benefits on our mood. Linguation.com, an upcoming, online translation agency, can help with the translation of healthy living or wellbeing website content.
Multi-disciplinary studies from around the globe
As well as numerous healthy living and wellbeing websites on the topic of nutrition and mood, there are numerous scholarly articles on the topic. There is vast multi-disciplinary research on the subject, involving scientists, nutritionists, and health practitioners published by universities and research centers. Linguation.com can help with the academic translation of this growing body of scholarly research. Peer review is vital and it could be translation of another academic’s research results is required. Linguation.com can also provide academic translation of research to be published in a research journal and provides professional native-speaking translators.
Linguation.com can offer top-quality translation by subject area specialists
Linguation.com appreciates that research on food and mood is often multi-disciplinary, involving, for example, mental health specialists, food experts and biologists. Academic translation needs to be undertaken by someone with the relevant subject knowledge as well as experience of writing at the required academic level. Specialist translators will always be assigned to any academic translation to ensure that the subject content is fully understood and translated appropriately. Research of this kind often deals with new concepts and terminology and Linguation.com will ensure that the appointed translator is up to speed with the nutritional and mental health themes.