Support Healthy Brain Chemistry with Nutrition (Information about neurotransmitters located on the Neurology page)
Positively impact brain chemistry and produce physiological change in the brain through proper neurotransmitter balance and nutrition.
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To keep the body properly functioning the body needs a balance of neurotransmitters and nutrition. An imbalance within or outside the nervous system can cause mental, behavioral, emotional and physical dysfunction.
Due to our busy or undisciplined lives, we often overlook the magnitude of the nutrition. We forget the need and what is gained from food. When suggestions to alter diets are given, many people see the changes as unattainable or unnecessary. However the necessary changes to improve brain chemistry can be as simple as the implementation of lifestyle changes or nutritional supplementation in order to ensure our body functions attain its highest capability and ability.
Balanced nutrition is often decreased by a pure result of our busy lives. However, people need a balance diet of vitamins and mineral, proteins, complex carbohydrates, proteins, fatty acids, and water to maintain proper mental and physical functions.
Fortunately, nutritional supplementation has significantly improved its efficacy. For example, if people would begin to add fish oil, flax seed capsules, or ground flax seed in their daily diets, they would considerably improve their balance of omega 3-fatty acids which are essential for nearly ever function of the brain.
How Do We Help With Nutrition
We provide a comprehensive metabolic assessment along with monitoring food intake to identify dietary needs, deficiencies, and strengths. Some of your recommendations come in the form of supplementation such as omega 3- fatty acids and vitamins and minerals. Other recommendations may include intake of unhealthy fats, water, sugar, and caffeine.
If you want to perform at your best, give us a call today. We will help you identify your brain chemistry needs.
View information about neurotransmitters located on the neurology page.