Mental Health disorders are complex, varied and frequently misdiagnosed. Many of the signs and symptoms that we attribute to depression and anxiety can also be due to other causes. By identifying an underlying nutritional deficiency or inflammatory response in someone we can sometimes unravel a complex array of symptoms that were thought to be a mental health disorder but are clearly not.
Kristen Allott has been taking this approach with her patients for a decade. She has had some amazing improvements in her patients with some simple adjustment to their diet or often just by repairing fundamental nutritional deficiencies.
The fatigue and mood changes of anaemia are frequently found in patients with depression. And the inflammatory response has deep neurological effects and needs to be considered and assessed more often. Kristen will show us how to conduct a physical examination to rule out physical trauma as potential causes that may be contributing to their symptoms.
Register to learn a holistic approach for the care of this rapidly increasing and often dangerous diagnosis. Learn more about Kristen Allott and this three-part webinar series below.
FROM THIS SERIES YOU WILL
Learn which factors can mimic the symptoms of several mental health conditions
Discover what to test for to uncover hidden contributors
See how simple changes can make substantial differences to mood, attention and calmness
Which parameters in a CBC are relevant to consider in mental health disorders
Review iron metabolism and how anaemia affects mood and energy
Review treatment suggestions for all of the discussed defects
YOU WILL RECEIVE
Clear protocol explanations
Clinical pearls for improved practice results
Access to audio and video recordings
A PDF of the presenter’s slides
Links to all referenced research papers and useful clinical handouts
Your exclusive invitation to our alumni hub to ask questions