This course provides evidence-based information about the power of nutrition and its connection to your mood. Our world is changing rapidly and our eating habits are changing with it. Food has taken on a more prominent role in our lives as we spend more time at home cooking for ourselves and our loved ones. As we face health challenges, we’re becoming more aware of the need to take more care of our own health and wellbeing. While the scientific evidence behind the power of good nutrition has grown, there’s still a shortage of well researched advice online.
Dates and venues
Location Live online course
Date 09 July 2021
Registration time 09.15
Start time 09.30
End time 13.00
There is growing scientific evidence about the connection between nutrition and mental health. This gives you an exciting opportunity to take control of your diet and choose the right foods to support your brain function and your mood.
What's this course about?
What will you get out of it?
Learn how to build healthy eating habits and include a variety of mood-supporting nutrients in your diet. Discover which foods and habits could undermine the nutritional value of your food and disrupt the digestive processes that support healthy brain function. Find out how lifestyle factors like alcohol and stress can affect your body’s ability to digest, absorb and use the nutrition from your food. This course will show you which foods can help you deal with anxiety, memory problems and lack of focus.
After completing this course you will be able to
- Understand how nutrition can support your brain health and mood
- Recognise common mistakes in meal planning
- Include healthy mood supporting food into your diet
- Appreciate the benefits of fermented food
- Create your own weekly meal plan to supercharge the nutrition in your meals
Is this course for you?
This course is for anyone wishing to optimise their mental health using food and nutrition, especially those who would like informed ideas on how to expand the range of healthy foods in their diet.
Delegates will need to spend some time considering their eating and drinking habits prior to attending the course, as well as the impact stress may be having on their lives.
This course will not replace treatments or therapies prescribed or recommended by your health professional for any severe mental health conditions.
If this course if fully booked, we highly recommend joining the waiting list. We add additional dates for our most popular courses, and will always contact people on the waiting list if places become available.