The author does an excellent job of using words that a non-physician can understand without sacrificing content. Ramsey crafts an accessible, actionable summary of the foods that will keep our brains sharp. I swear. Publication 2. And much more. Piqued rated it it was ok Feb 08, This is one of them. This book synthesizes a lot of nutrition information out there that is often confusing and conflicting into something that is understandable and thus much easier to explain to clients or patients. Free with Audible trial. Signs and Symptoms Analysis from a Functional Perspective.
Exploring the connection between nutrition and mental wellness so therapists can provide more effective, integrated treatment. In Nutrition Essentials for Mental Health, Leslie Korn provides clinicians with a practical guide to the complex relationship between what we eat and the way we think, feel, and interact with the world. Where there is mental illness there is frequently a history of digestive and nutritional problems. Digestive problems in turn exacerbate mental distress, all of which can be improved by nutritional changes. Nutrition Essentials for Mental Health offers the mental health clinician the principles and practices necessary to provide clients with nutritional counseling to improve mood and mental health. Throughout, brief clinical vignettes illustrate commonly encountered obstacles and how to overcome them. And much more. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer – no Kindle device required.
The combination of personal stories and cutting edge science is a real winner. We accept that the quality of our diet affects the health of our heart and liver. So why wouldn’t diet – good or bad – affect the health of our brain? This is the question that Australian scientist Felice Jacka set out to answer. Having suffered depression and anxiety as a young woman, she wanted to understand the role diet plays in our overall mental and brain health. What she found through her own research and that of other eminent scientists worldwide will revolutionise the way we think about what we eat and how we care for our brains. Professor Jacka, who leads the field of Nutritional Psychiatry research globally, provides not just the most recent scientific evidence but also a range of simple, practical solutions for improving the way we eat on a daily basis, including meal plans and a range of delicious recipes.