Helping you fuel physical and mental resilience by getting to the root of your nutrition, metabolic, and gut health issues.

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Nutrition is the missing link to your physical and mental health.

Restore your micronutrients. Improve your metabolism. Optimize your gut health. 

Are you anxious, or did you only drink black coffee today? Are you irritated, or is your blood sugar crashing? Are medications not working for you, or does your body need key nutrients or diet adjustments to see the results you were looking for?

Fuel your resilience and get to the foundation and missing links to your health.

By identifying key nutrients that play pivotal roles likes cogs in the wheels of mental health, learn how vitamins, minerals, proteins, fats, carbohydrates, meal timing, cooking methods, and more can impact your mood, sleep, and energy levels.

Created by Anne Marie Berggren, a Registered Dietitian, find evidence based information to integrate into your wellness journey and feel the difference.

Research shows about 80% of chronic diseases are preventable with simple lifestyle changes, like a healthier diet, moderate exercise, and maintenance of a healthy weight.  Currently ~60% of US adults have at least 1 chronic condition and ~40% have 2 or more.

Your diet plays a central role in your health (or disease).

  • In 2017, diet surpassed tobacco as the leading cause of premature morbidity and mortality in the United States.
  • Just 1 in 10 adults in the United States eat the recommended number of servings of fruits and vegetables.
  • More than 50% of all calories consumed come from ultra processed foods.

A whole-foods based, plant-heavy diet has been shown to prevent and even reverse multiple chronic medical conditions.

Mental Health is Not Discluded

The connections between chronic diseases and diet are what we are used to hearing about – but recent research has revealed links between highly processed foods and your mood. One 2022 study of over 10,000 US adults showed the more ultra processed foods people ate, the more likely they were to report feelings of depression or anxiety.

The food connection to brain health has also been found with other aspects of cognitive health, such as the ability to learn, remember, reason, and solve problems. Good nutrition provides you with vitamins and minerals, helps prevent and alleviate inflammation throughout the body, and will make you more resilient against disease.

The focus of this site is geared towards improving your diet and lifestyle to see improvements in your mental health – and beyond! Often what I’ve seen in clinical practice is that mental health is a barrier to dealing with our problems. When we are stressed, anxious, and depressed, it can be overwhelming to take on a new treatment plan, be consistent enough to see changes, and all too easy to give up on our goals or even set any in the first place.

How Can I Help?

By identifying key nutrients that play pivotal roles likes cogs in the wheels of mental health, learn how vitamins, minerals, proteins, fats, carbohydrates, meal timing, cooking methods, and more can impact your mood, sleep, and energy levels.

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