Episode #131: What to eat & what not to eat for optimal mental and brain health according to nutritional psychiatrist Dr. Georgia Ede
Published February 20, 2020
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    In this podcast I talk to Harvard-trained nutritional psychiatrist Dr. Georgia Ede about how certain diets can affect our mental wellbeing, what foods help the brain function best, and what foods to avoid if we want to heal and improve our mental and physical health. Dr. Ede, in both her personal life and practice, has found that making certain lifestyle modifications can help treat major mental health issues such as ADHD, depression, anxiety and panic attacks. Through her research, she has found that nutrition can help heal and restore brain function, empowering people to take back control over their mental state and their lives, without the stigma and negative side-effects so common to pharmacological treatments for mental distress. For more on Dr. Ede visit: https://www.diagnosisdiet.com Highlights from this episode: 4:13-How Dr. Ede changed the way she treated mental health 5:53-How nutrition affects mental health 8:16-What is mental ill-health, and how can food help? 9:00-Food myths, and the best way to eat for a healthy body and mind 18:35-Is there one diet that works for everyone? 24:00-How nutrition has changed her patients’ lives 31:32-The biggest obstacles to nutrition and mental health 43:00-Health and wellness trends to be careful of 44:00-What we need to know about going plant-based 49:40-How to do keto correctly   For additional resources to help you on your mental health healing journey: Get my new 21 day brain detox program here: https://theswitch.app Register now for my 2020 Mental Health Summit Dec 3-5 in Dallas, TX! Early bird sale ends 3/31: https://www.drleafconference.com Get my book Think and Eat Yourself Smart: https://drleaf.com/collections/all/products/think-eat-yourself-smart Visit my website at www.drleaf.com for more resources, tips, and tools to help you improve and heal your mental health! And be sure to sign up for my weekly newsletter to get even more mental self-care tips delivered to your inbox weekly and to see my upcoming events (you can sign up at drleaf.com!)   Special offers from our sponsors: oovv Red Light Therapy: Get a unique gift with your purchase with code DRLEAF at checkout. Just go to https://joovv.com/pages/drleaf BLUBlox artificial light protecting glasses: To get 15% off your BLUblox order use the code DRLEAF15 at checkout: http://blublox.com   Follow me on social media for daily mental self-care tips!   Instagram: @drcarolineleaf: https://www.instagram.com/drcarolineleaf/ Facebook: Dr. Caroline Leaf: https://www.facebook.com/drleaf Twitter: @drcarolineleaf: https://twitter.com/DrCarolineLeaf Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/drcarolineleaf   If you enjoyed this episode please leave a 5 review on iTunes, Google Play, or wherever you are listening! And don't forget to subscribe and share this podcast with friends and family! I love seeing your posts on social media! For podcast sponsorship inquiries, questions regarding the episode, or topic suggestions please email dominique@drleaf.com   Disclaimer: The information offered in Dr. Leaf's books and materials are intended to serve as guidelines for managing toxic thoughts, emotions, and bodies and not as a replacement for professional medical advice. Please discuss specific symptoms and medical conditions with your doctor. Any use of this information is at the user’s discretion. Switch On Your Brain, LLC and the author make no representations or warranties that any individual will achieve a particular result. Any and all express or implied warranties, including the warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose, are disclaimed. Switch On Your Brain, LLC and the author specifically disclaim any and all liability arising directly or indirectly from the use or application of any information contained in these materials. Dr. Leaf is not a medical doctor, and nothing on this page should be seen as individual medical advice. She is a researcher and cognitive (mind) scientist, and this page is meant to be informational and encouraging in a general sense, and is based off Dr. Leaf's self-help products (see store.drleaf.com). If you are considering withdrawing from any medication, please do so under the guidance of a professional as withdrawal can be a dangerous process. If you have a medical matter or emergency, please contact a local medical professional immediately.
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