I am a Licensed Brain Health Programme Nutritional Therapist. You will find this programme useful if you are a private or corporate client.
Are you concerned about your risk of cognitive decline now or in the future? Perhaps you have experienced brain fog, poor memory, anxiety, low mood, stress or a reduction in your ability to concentrate? Or maybe you have a family member that has been diagnosed with dementia?
If you answered ‘yes’ above, you might be interested in attending an introductory talk. I can tell you about the dietary and lifestyle choices you could adopt to support brain health and maintain healthy cognitive function.
The Brain Health Programme
Mental health problems affect 1 in 4 adults in any given year, with a high portion of doctor’s visits being for stress related illnesses.
Your mood, memory and general wellbeing are dependent on the functioning of your brain cells and the production of brain chemicals. Therefore, keeping the brain’s structure in good physical condition is key to improving mood, memory, cognition, focus and concentration.
The Brain Health Programme is a nutrition and lifestyle coaching programme being delivered by qualified Nutritional Therapists. The six workshops include talks, activities and discussion to show you how to make, and sustain, lifelong food and lifestyle choices to improve brain health.
- Nutrition for brain health: Because poor diet is a significant factor in mental health and other conditions affecting the brain
- Optimising gut health: Because poor gut health increases inflammation and this is one of the features of many chronic health conditions, including cognitive decline
- Stress reduction: Because persistently elevated levels of the stress hormone cortisol can kill brain cells and negatively affect brain function
- Getting a good night’s sleep: Because our body cells detoxify and cleanse as we sleep. Therefore, our brain cells are no exception.
- Exercise: Because aerobic exercise protects the brain from damage and helps to produce brand new cells within the brain. Additionally, exercise can lift mood and help with stress management.
- Brain training: Because exercising the brain is important as well! Challenging your brain will allow new connections to be created and maintained.
If you would be interested in taking part or booking such an event, please do not hesitate to contact me.