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Eating Well for Brain & Mental Health

Optimize your nutrient intake and dietary pattern to help support

Anxiety
disorders

 

Depression

Attention
defecits

Memory &
learning

Mood
Swings

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Are you aware of the link between food and mood? 

Diet plays a significant role in mental health and brain function due to its influence on factors like neurotransmitter levels (brain chemicals), blood sugar, inflammation, and oxidative stress. Certain nutrients are essential for a healthy mind and brain. 

Interested in learning more about nutritional psychology? Click here!

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Signs that you may have nutrient imbalances:

  • Gut health issues and poor digestion (Learn more)

  • Weight gain and metabolic dysfunction (learn more)

  • Difficulty concentrating or focusing 

  • Poor memory function  

  • Tiredness even after sleeping

  • ​Racing thoughts or difficulty "turning off" thoughts

  • Irritability and mood swings 

  • Food cravings  

  • Persistent sadness (without evident cause) 

  • Brain fog

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Eating the right foods can help address nutrient imbalances that are contributing to poor mental health, brain function, and cognitive performance.

Unsure about which foods are best suited to address your specific mental health condition, needs or goals? Lets work together to find out!

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*DISCLAIMER:  I am a Registered Dietitian, not a licensed therapist, psychologist, or psychiatrist. My expertise lies in the field of nutrition. While I can provide valuable support and guidance in optimizing your nutrition for mental health, it is important to note that my services do not replace the need for comprehensive mental health care provided by licensed mental health professionals. If you are experiencing mental health issues, including but not limited to depression, anxiety, or mood disorders, I strongly recommend seeking guidance from a qualified mental health therapist or psychiatrist. If you are under the care of a mental health professional, it is essential to inform them of any dietary changes or nutritional interventions we discuss during our sessions. By proceeding with nutrition counseling for mental health, you acknowledge and understand the limitations of my services and the importance of seeking appropriate mental health care when needed.

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