I find it exciting that nutritional psychiatry is the future of mental health treatment. It’s about time! It has been known for centuries that food affects physical, mental and emotional health.
In 431 B.C., Hippocrates said, “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” It was true then and it is true now.
We’ve have witnessed the mental, emotional and physical devastation caused by the Standard American Diet. American’s have some of the poorest health in the world. A whole-food plant-based diet and hypnosis can help you change that.
For the past 22-years, I have witnessed the miracle changes people have made when they used hypnosis to help create a large amount of no desire for the food that makes you sick and fat.
Now, I’m at Palm Desert Hypnosis and I continue to help people make lasting lifestyle changes with hypnosis to improve their health. If you aren’t in the Coachella Valley, then we can meet worldwide online from your home, office, hotel, RV or wherever you may be.
Call me at (760) 219-8079 or send me an email and let’s get you scheduled now.
Why nutritional psychiatry is the future of mental health treatment
“The link between poor mental health and nutritional deficiencies has long been recognised by nutritionists working in the complementary health sector. However, psychiatrists are only now becoming increasingly aware of the benefits of using nutritional approaches to mental health, calling for their peers to support and research this new field of treatment.
It is now known that many mental health conditions are caused by inflammation in the brain which ultimately causes our brain cells to die. This inflammatory response starts in our gut and is associated with a lack of nutrients from our food such as magnesium, omega-3 fatty acids, probiotics, vitamins and minerals that are all essential for the optimum functioning of our bodies.”
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