Eat Yourself Happy - Help your Anxiety, Stress & Depression
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Do you suffer from anxiety, stress or depression?
Would you like to know what to eat and what not to eat to lessen the symptoms of these conditions?
Then this course is for you.
I will cover the main areas where diet has been known to affect mental health in a simple and easy to follow way. I will discuss ways to make changes in diet easier and give plenty of information to enable you to look further into the relationship between diet and health.
This course is packed with information covering two main areas, what you should eat (vitamins and minerals, fruit and vegetables etc) and what you shouldn't eat (sugar, caffeine etc). It summarises the research and gives guidance for making changes in your diet. As well as the videos, this course includes a transcript and many references for further research.
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|Section 1: Introduction|
This is a summary of this course and your tutor. The course covers the effects that diet and nutrition can have on stress and depression. It explains what foods are good for you and what foods you would be better cutting back on.
This lecture introduces the concept of the influence of diet and stress and depression.
This lecture explains how your eating patterns can affect the way that you feel. Eating patterns are the ways that we eat. For instance do you eat one meal a day, or do you snack through the day. Small, frequent meals are often better for stable mental health.
|Section 2: What Not To Eat|
This lecture discusses the impact that sugar can have on your health. It explains the science and research and gives guidances for cutting back on the sugar in your diet.
This lecture discusses the impact that caffeine can have on your health. It explains the science and research and gives guidances for cutting back on the caffeine in your diet.
This lecture discusses the impact that alcohol can have on your health. It explains the science and research and gives guidances for cutting back on the alcohol in your diet.
This lecture discusses the impact that smoking can have on your health. It explains the science and research and gives guidances for cutting back on the smoking in your diet.
This lecture discusses the impact that allergies and food intolerances can have on your health. It explains the science and research and gives guidelines for tracking down what allergies and intolerances may be affecting you.
|Section 3: What To Eat|
This lecture discusses the various vitamins and minerals that help stress and depression and gives guidance as to how to increase your intake of these nutrients.
This lecture discusses the various amino acids that help stress and depression and gives guidance as to how to increase your intake of these nutrients.
This lecture covers the importance of having an adequate amount of fruit and vegetables in your diet. It explains the facts and the evidence for this.
This lecture explains the importance of carbohydrates in your diet and explains the research and the healthy ways to increase carbohydrate levels.
|Section 4: Recent Research|
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Caroline Collard has been working in the area of natural health for nearly 30 years. She has an honours degree in Health Care Sciences and many other health related qualifications. She is a qualified nutritionist, healer, counsellor, stress advisor, kinesiologist and colour therapist. She has also written a book, Epilepsy – A Holistic Approach. Much of her time has been focused in the area of mental health and of autistic spectrum disorders.
She moved into this area of natural health as as result of dealing with friends and family with mental health problems and on the autistic spectrum.
Currently, she lives in rural Mid Wales and is providing a health mentoring service primarily for those on the autistic spectrum or with stress and depression problems. This is done both face to face and online.