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The Food Mood Connection

There is a connection between what we eat and how we feel. Many of today’s snacks, treats and event foods contain chemicals and additives that not only perpetuate cravings, but inhabit chemical pathways that would otherwise be home to our bodies natural hormonal responses. Learn more about the food mood connection.
For more information about this course please contact Professional and Continuing Studies

Topics Covered:

  • Demonstrate the connection between food and mental and emotional health issues such as ADHD, depression, fatigue, excitement, anxiousness, etc.
  • Provide clear information about how to avoid the chemical imbalances food can cause and create a positive, balanced internal environment
  • Discuss healthy snack choices, ways to control your blood sugar and eating habits that promote a positive mental state

Who should attend? Individuals looking for information about mental health and non-medical solutions for either themselves or their loved ones. Having this knowledge can help them make informed decisions about how they are contributing to their own state of mental health.

Learners must register to reserve a seat.