Monthly Archives: August 2019

DR JESS ARMINE PRESENTS A TWO-PART LEARNING SERIES – THE PRACTICAL APPROACH TO NEUROPSYCHIATRIC CONDITIONS INCLUDING CLINICAL DIAGNOSIS & NON-PHARMACEUTICAL TREATMENT

Dr Jess Armine, Doctor of Chiropractic and Registered Nurse, presents a 2 part webinar series on neuropsychiatric conditions. By the end of the 2 webinars, you will understand mood disorders, appreciate the complex interaction between neurophysiology, causation and effects, and have the knowledge to design appropriate and successful approaches in clinic.

The webinars will cover:

  • Neuropsychiatric conditions, including depression, anxiety, Seasonal Affective Disorder and ADHD
  • Neurotransmitters, how they become depleted and how to support them
  • Emotional trauma and its impact on health
  • How to choose appropriate tests and interpret the results
  • Targeted protocols

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Nutrition Evidence Database Alert – Mental Health and Disordered Eating

YOUR NUTRITION EVIDENCE ALERT SENT IN COLLABORATION WITH NUTRIENTS

In January of this year, the NHS launched their long-term plan that attempts to close the gap between physical and mental health. This includes greater financial investment and more comprehensive care that integrates physical and mental health services together into the wider health system.

Nutrition is the cornerstone of an integrated approach to mental health and has a key role in the prevention, development and management of emotional wellbeing. Our diet has a profound impact on neuroendocrine systems, where imbalances are implicated in depression, anxiety and eating disorders.

In this issue of the Nutrition Evidence Alert, we have focused on eating behaviour and mental health, spotlighting over 200 randomised controlled trials that illustrate the key role that diet, nutrition and lifestyle play in the development and management of these conditions. Additionally, our indexing team have produced 70 Plain Language Summaries that focus on the role of nutrition and complementary psychological therapies in mental health and eating disorders.

Happy reading.

Miguel Toribio-Mateas, Editor-in-Chief

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Emma Hendricks is a registered nutritional therapy practitioner and social researcher. She qualified in nutritional therapy from the Institute for Optimum Nutrition, receiving a distinction and the award for best performing student in her year. She has a BSc in Psychology and is currently completing an MSc in Health Psychology. She also has additional qualifications in eating disorders and obesity from the National Centre for Eating Disorder and counselling. Emma’s areas of interest include health behaviour change, disordered eating and emotional wellbeing. She has also worked in social research for various government agencies and charities including Mind and Diabetes UK. 

 

Emma’s editorial picks for you this month are as follows:

Nutrition Evidence Database – Better Musculo-Skeletal Health Associated with Moderate to Vigorous Physical Activity in Middle-Aged Women

New analysis shows that MODERATE TO VIGOROUS physical activity in middle-aged women is associated with better MUSCULO-SKELETAL health, when compared to light physical activity.  All BANT registered Nutrition Practitioners will review your exercise programme as part of a routine nutrition consultation.

This paper has been BANT enhanced on the NUTRITION EVIDENCE database to provide a full plain language summary to allow quick and easy access to the science.    Read it http://www.nutrition-evidence.com/article/27805281?term=27805281

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Nutrition Evidence Database – Probiotic Strain, Lactobacilluscasei, Reduces Severity and Duration of Diarrhoea Symptoms in Children Under 6

Researchers find that the use of PROBIOTIC STRAIN Lactobacilluscasei (rhamnosus variety) for acute DIARRHOEA in children age 6 months to 6 years, is effective at reducing severity and duration of symptoms.

The study has been BANT enhanced on the NUTRTION EVIDENCE database to provide a full plain language summary to allow quick and easy access to the science.    Read it here http://www.nutrition-evidence.com/article/31126062?term=31126062

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Nutrition Evidence Database – Study Shows Reishi Mushroom Extract May Improve Symptoms of Fibromyalgia

A new double-blind randomised controlled trial concludes that REISHI MUSHROOM EXTRACT may improve flexibility, strength and endurance in patients with FIBROMYALGIA.

This study has been BANT enhanced on the NUTRITION EVIDENCE database to provide a full plain language summary to allow quick and easy access to the science. Read it here http://www.nutrition-evidence.com/article/26545669?term=26545669

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