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Food and Mood
Have you ever wondered how what you eat can impact brain structure and function? Are you curious to know what, if any role diet plays in mood? Registered Nutritionist, Anastasia Smith, will show how nutrition affects your emotional health and cognition. You'll learn which nutrients are essential to boosting concentration and focus, as well as how to balance neurotransmitters. You'll also learn how to stabilize blood sugar levels to prevent symptoms of anxiety and low mood, as well as covering the fascinating link between the gut and the brain and what to eat to keep your digestive system happy. This webinar will include a short question and answer period.

We encourage you to send questions you might have in advance to programs@abmf.charity.

NOTE: While registration is open to all, attendance is limited to the first 100 people to sign onto the live session. We suggest signing on five minutes early to have the best chance of getting in.
Don't worry if you are not able to get in or can't attend - the webinar will be recorded. Please do NOT cancel your registration. A link to the recording will be emailed to you within 72 hours after the webinar has ended.

May 11, 2021 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Anastasia Smith
Registered Nutritionist @Whole Mind Health
Anastasia is a registered Nutritionist who specializes in nutrition and its role in mental health and brain function. She is passionate about empowering people with the tools to take their mental health into their own hands, and has been working for a number of years with clients suffering from a wide range of psychiatric conditions, such as depression, generalized anxiety disorder, schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. Through her online signature program Whole Mind Health, she works with clients to help them address the underlying drivers of the –often debilitating –symptoms that are preventing them from fully enjoying their lives.