Who Should Consider Nutritional Therapy?
Do you suffer from a mood disorder?
There is compelling, empirical data that links anxiety and depression to various foods, poor gut health and/or vitamin and mineral deficiency. Diet and lifestyle choices play a significant role in brain health.
Do you suffer from neurological disorders such as ADD or ADHD?
Dietary issues such as blood sugar swings and neurosensitivity to chemicals found in much of our food supply can contribute to symptoms often misdiagnosed as ADHD.
Do you suffer from emotional or disordered eating?
Our nutrition experts provide a mix of compassion and guidance regarding food and lifestyle choices that set the client up for success and a peaceful relationship with food.
Do you suffer from digestive issues, have blood sugar swings, have trouble losing weight or simply want to learn a healthier lifestyle and don’t know where to start?
Our experts assess the different areas of burden that affect each client and design a plan tailored to that client’s individual needs. For more information on issues impacted by nutrition, click here.
Did you know…
- …nearly every chemical that controls the brain is also located in the stomach, including hormones and neurotransmitters such as Serotonin, Dopamine, Glutamate, GABA, and Norepinephrine?
- …the gut contains 100 million neurons—more than the spinal cord?
- …protein is required for development of healthy neurotransmitters?
- …B12 and folic acids help anxiety, depression, and fatigue?
- …Magnesium deficiency and/or a diet low in carbohydrates can have a direct correlation to anxiety?
- …suboptimal vitamin D levels correlate with higher rates of depression?
“God desires our change more than we do, and for all the right reasons. It is because he loves us and wants our life to glorify Him that He has placed His Spirit within, and he will accomplish His purpose.”
Elyse Fitzpatrick, Love to Eat, Hate to Eat