Depression/Stress Diet Program is designed to give people a relief from severe depression and stress.
Few people are aware of the connection between nutrition and depression while they easily understand the connection between nutritional deficiencies and physical illness. Depression is more typically thought of as strictly biochemical-based or emotionally-rooted. On the contrary, nutrition can play a key role in the onset as well as severity and duration of depression. Many of the easily noticeable food patterns that precede depression are the same as those that occur during depression. These may include poor appetite, skipping meals, and a dominant desire for sweet foods. Nutritional neuroscience is an emerging discipline shedding light on the fact that nutritional factors are intertwined with human cognition, behavior, and emotions.
Recently, we have been witness to a rise in exposure of mental health, thanks to the media. Never has it been more prevalent, and so now is the perfect time to look at the research and focus on what can be done to improve our mental health. In particular, one of the most obvious, yet under acknowledged factors, is the role which nutrition plays on our mental health. Here, we take a look at which foods research has indicated plays a contributing role.
It’s undeniable that in recent years, research has indicated a link between diet and mental health. In fact, this body of evidence is growing at a rapid rate, and yet, diet still often remains a last resort when it comes to addressing ways to help improve or prevent the onset of mental health issues.
Most of the brain is actually derived directly from food. Changes in our diet in recent years mean that what we are eating on a daily basis is in fact much different in its nutritional content than that of our ancestors.
Our heart, liver and stomach are organs, and so too is our brain. It is acutely sensitive to what we eat. To remain healthy, it needs different amounts of nutrients ranging from; essential fatty acids, amino acids, vitamins, minerals and water.
If you are someone who has ever smoked, drank alcohol, tea or coffee, or eaten chocolate, you will know only too well that they can alter the state of your mood, the effect, depending on the substance, is thankfully often temporary! But what is less commonly known is that some foods can actually have a longer lasting influence on mood and mental well being,
Research has shown that food plays an important role in the development, management and prevention of mental health problems, such as depression, schizophrenia, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and Alzheimer’s disease,
I will provide you such diet plans that will surely help you to overcome your depression.
How will you get your diet plan i.e.depression/stress diet program?
After you have completed your profile and enrolled into the service, a phone call will be scheduled between us and you will consult over the phone with me. Afterwards, weekly phone calls will be scheduled.
Weekly diet plans will be accessible on this website for viewing and download and will also be emailed to you.
How can I contact you if I have any queries or if I want to change something about depression /stress diet program ?
Whatsapp, phone or email support will be available between 9:30am to 6:30 pm Mon to Fri. For urgent queries, you can call me directly.
Have queries before you join? Call 09711458299 , 08368376178
How will you and I know if I am making progress?
This website has been designed specifically for this purpose. You will be able to record your weight and body measurements and monitor your progress very easily in the Trackers section.
How much depression/stress diet program costs and how to pay?
Package prices are listed below. If you are on a phone or a tab, please scroll back to the top and select 'Packages' to see the available packages and pricing details. Note that all prices mentioned are inclusive of service taxes.
You can pay online using any debit/credit card, net banking or bank transfer.
Your phone consultation appointment will be scheduled within 24-48 hours of receiving the payment and you will receive an automated SMS and email with confirmation. Your 1st diet plan (with all instructions) will be accessible to you on the eClinic website and emailed to you as well usually within 5 hours of your phone consultation.
Note that due to the nature of services provided, no refund is provided, under any circumstances.
If you interrupt or stop the ongoing programme for any reason (such as pregnancy, illness, holidays and so on), no refund may be granted to you. Likewise, any sums in respect of this Programme that are not yet paid shall remain due.