Nutrition Diet and Mental Health Evidence-Based Approaches for the 21st Century

Saturday 16th. October 2021 for 9.00am – 13.15 pm

With covid 19 and other health issues, there are many more people experiencing psychological and mental health problems.

Chy-Sawel a mental health charity is holding a morning online event to bring the latest Evidence-Based Approaches for the 21st Century on Nutrition, Diet, and Mental Health.

Good nutrition is fundamental to mental as well as physical health and wellbeing, and
scientific evidence shows that diet is an important modifiable factor in the prevention and
treatment of mental illness.

Nutritional psychiatry is now a growing discipline, considering food and diet (and the use of supplements if needed) as part of an integrated and complementary approach to the
management of mental health disorders.
Importantly, this approach can also help to alleviate many of the physical conditions or
symptoms associated with psychiatric disorders, and to minimise possible side-effects of
some standard treatments.

At this event, Chy Sawel brings you the chance to hear from two of the leading experts in
this field.

Dr Alex Richardson, Founder Director of Food and Behaviour (FAB) Research, and Visiting Senior Research Scientist at the University of Oxford
Dr Kevin Williamson, Head of Research and Senior Nutritionist, Rotherham Doncaster and South Humber NHS Foundation Trust

Chy-Sawel proposes to use as the main treatments alongside therapies like ‘Open Dialogue’ and other various therapies at their Therapeutic Centre.

Please see below the ‘Eventbrite’ link to book your tickets to join the event.

There is a small cost of ten pounds for the event to cover their costs.

 We look forward to seeing you on the morning. 

Published by CHARM Greater Manchester

CHARM, the Community for Holistic, Accessible, Rights Based Mental Health was launched by The Organic Recovery Learning Community in September 2020.

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