“Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.”
Food and nutrition play a crucial role in maintaining good mental health.
The nutrients in the food we eat can directly impact our brain function and mood, making it important to choose a balanced diet that includes a variety of vitamins and minerals. For example, a diet high in omega-3 fatty acids, such as those found in fish, can help reduce symptoms of depression and anxiety.
Nutrition can also help overcome mental health issues by providing the necessary nutrients for brain function and reducing inflammation in the body. A balanced diet that includes fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and lean protein can help improve mood and overall well-being.
Additionally, working with a nutritionist to identify any specific nutrient deficiencies can lead to targeted interventions, such as taking supplements or modifying the diet, to address these imbalances and improve mental health.
Our clinical nutritionist experts help our clients with a range of dietary issues which impact their health. Some of these include:
Our team have years of experience, using a holistic approach to your health and wellbeing.
Our Brisbane nutrition team, located in Bowen Hills, are dedicated to your progress and success! We work together to come up with the best solutions for you and your lifestyle.
Absolutely not, we work with the client to determine the best solutions, we intend to give advice and use a variety of strategies.
During your 45- 60min consult with our nutritionist team, we will discuss your concerns and use a range of techniques to assess your health. BMI and other health measurements may be recorded. Pathology, diet changes, supplementation and other recommendations may be given following initial consult.
Not essential, but any previous pathology or medical documents you feel may be relevant.
A nutritionist will investigate your diet and complete an overall health assessment in specific detail. Giving recommendations and suggestive changes to improve your short and long term mental and physical health outcomes. Varied strategies including in-house testing, pathology, supplementation and dietary and nutritional advice may be part of the solution.
Yes, evening and weekend appointments are available on demand.
Certainly not, nutritionists can assist in optimising all of our client’s health needs, no matter their current health status.
Yes. No information will be shared between nutritionists or psychologist unless consent has been authorised by you.
The nutritionists working here have a Bachelor degree in Health Science (Nutrition and Dietetic Medicine).
To learn more about how we can assist you, or if you have any questions regarding our services, please complete our contact form. Our dedicated team will promptly respond.
We offer a complimentary discovery call to further discuss your requirements and explore the best solution for your individual needs.
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Find out how the food you eat affects your mood and mental health and what you can do to harness this knowledge to improve your own wellbeing.