Understanding the Impact of Diet and Lifestyle on Mental Health | 10 CPEU
What if you could change your diet, improve other areas of your wellness, and then find striking improvements in your digestive health and mental well-being? Foods for Thought explores the established links among diet, lifestyle, and some of the most troubling mental illnesses.
Author and expert Jason Pawloski, MS, RDN introduces you to difficult topics — depression, chronic inflammation, gut-brain axis, ketogenic diet, intermittent fasting — and helps you find which foods and eating patterns are essential for health and lifestyle.
Integrate the influences among wellness, digestive health and mental well-being and:
Understand how different foods impact mental health
Nourish the brain and the “second brain”
Calm the fires of chronic inflammation and depression
Heal the gut
Promote mental health and well-being
Articulate established links among diet, lifestyle, and some of the most troubling mental illnesses.
Identify which foods and eating patterns are essential for health and lifestyle.
Develop strategies to nourish the brain and the “second brain”.
Harness the power of food and lifestyle to reduce chronic inflammation and depression, heal the gut and promote mental health and well-being.
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Book: Paperback, 218pp. Feb 2021. ISBN-13: 978-1736371701