Nutrition is generally either not taught in medical schools–or it’s given no more than a very short acknowledgement (in 30 minutes). Yet, current research shows that certain genetic weaknesses and physical conditions-especially digestion problems- can catalyze moderate to serious mental disturbances. See how these conditions can be overcome or improved through natural supplements, good nutrition, and positive choices regarding sleep, exercise and your social environment.
Format: Each session lasts an hour. All events were pre-recorded & come to you at the same time after registration.
- Webinar: Nutrients that can help when facing Depression and/or Anxiety
- Webinar: Nutrients that help with Bipolar and Psychosis/ Schizophrenia
- 2 Teleconferences in which participants and Dr. Shervanick did Q&A
You will learn:
- The relationship of nutritional health to transforming psychiatric brain differences.
- New concepts related to the biochemical individuality of people.
- How to compensate for nutritional deficiencies related to depression, anxiety, psychosis and bipolar disorder.
- The role toxicity of the mind and body play in psychiatric symptoms.
- Practical recommendations for supplements.
- Resources for testing for your unique needs
Pam Shervanick is a Board Certified Adult Psychiatrist. She is an on-going attendee at the Walsh Research Institute Mastering Brain Chemistry Physician Education Workshop with William Walsh, author of Nutrient Power. Dr. Walsh is an internationally recognized expert in nutrition-micronutrients-mental health and a key scientist paving the way for nutrient-based psychiatry and nutritional medicine.