Wellness & Nutrition Education
Eating well is a critical aspect of staying healthy for people living with a mental health disorder. Many people find it challenging to eat a diet rich in fruits, vegetables, whole grains and lean protein all the time.
However, not getting enough of these foods can affect your energy level, your mood – and your symptoms. Your weight is also directly related to your diet, and obesity affects a multitude of health and mental health problems. Lower self-esteem, self-confidence, depression and other negative feelings are associated with obesity.
The program is designed to address:
- Healthier eating
- Weight loss
- Heart disease
- Gastrointestinal disorders
- Eating disorders
Since each person’s health needs and concerns are different, our program is very personalized for each person.
It takes a little effort, but eating a healthy, nutritious diet will benefit you in many ways. You’ll feel better – and your mood will likely improve — and that starts with a healthy diet.