Are feelings of depression or chronic fatigue keeping you from enjoying life? Do you feel overwhelmed by self-doubt, or unrelenting anxiety? Or maybe, it’s just a dark shadow hanging over you that you just can’t seem to shake...
Whatever your age, or stage of life - it is possible to improve your mood, your cognition, and protect your brain from further worsening of symptoms - through the application of integrative and functional nutrition.
Recognizing that anti-depressants (SSRIs) have less than a 30% efficacy rate and zero protection from future brain injury or impairment, it makes sense - at the very least - to investigate potential root causes that may be compromising cognitive health.
Working with an Integrative and Functional Nutritionist can be the cornerstone to identifying biochemical imbalances to improve your cognitive health: offering non-pharmaceutical options to change your mind for the better.
Commonly overlooked in conventional medicine (because nutritional imbalances are not corrected through the use of pharmaceuticals), these imbalances are often relatively easy to correct and find lasting resolution of symptoms including depression, anxiety, brain fog, and more.
ReCode Nutrition is committed to providing personalized, integrative therapies to help you improve your health and change your mind for the better.
If you, or someone you care about are experiencing any of the following scenarios, consider reaching out to info@ReCodeNutrition.com:
You have noticed the mental edge you once had, is gone?
You notice greater confusion, memory lapses, or episodes of brain fog?
You find you lack the energy to set, let alone accomplish, any goals for yourself?
Your moods fluctuate with great intensity for little or no explanation?
You struggle to maintain focus to complete assignments for school or work?
You question if you have seasonal affective disorder or postpartum blues?
You find yourself on an emotional roller coaster, or bipolar energy levels each month, with menstrual cycles?
Your symptoms have not improved with counseling (cognitive behavioral therapy) or the use of anti-depressants (SSRIs).
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Jakubovski, E., Varigonda, A. L., Freemantle, N., Taylor, M. J., & Bloch, M. H. (2015). Systematic review and meta-analysis: dose-response relationship of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors in major depressive disorder. American Journal of Psychiatry, 173(2), 174-183.