Nutritional and Metabolic Psychiatry

Nutritional and metabolic psychiatry

The mind-gut connection plays a pivotal role in managing stress and anxiety. Nutritional psychiatry emphasizes gut health through the consumption of inflammation-reducing foods. A diet rich in fiber, nutrients, healthy fats, and proteins can significantly decrease anxiety and inflammation. Prebiotic fiber-rich vegetables like asparagus, garlic, onions, leafy greens, and artichokes, nurture healthy gut bacteria, reducing […]

Metabolic Psychiatry

Metabolic psychiatry

Research recently published in JAMA Psychiatry illuminates the connection between the gut microbiome, metabolic processes, and depression, underlining the potentially influential role of the gut-brain axis in this widespread mental health condition. Depression is a complex disorder, impacting not only emotional health but also cognitive function, motor skills, inflammation, immune responses, and even escalating the […]

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