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Bonnie J. Kaplan, Professor Emerita at the Cumming School of Medicine, University of Calgary, Canada, and author of The Better Brain: Overcome Anxiety, Combat Depression, and Reduce ADHD and Stress with Nutrition, expresses bewilderment at the reluctance of people to explore a subject so fundamental to our biology. What she’s referring to is the intricate relationship between nutrition and brain function, which significantly impacts mental health and overall well-being.

Despite common misconceptions, Dr. Kaplan asserts that nutrition is crucial to brain health, mental stability, and life quality. Throughout her career, she has faced numerous challenges in advocating for the use of nutrients in treating mental health issues, emphasizing the biological underpinnings of behavior, and highlighting the impact of nutrition on brain development and function.

Intrigued? Dive deeper into:

  • The prevalence of irritability and mood dysregulation across various mental health conditions
  • The notion that mental illness often stems from inadequate nutrient support for the brain
  • Dr. Kaplan’s recommendations for a brain-boosting diet
  • The scientifically backed advantages of incorporating a comprehensive micronutrient formula alongside a nutritious diet
  • The role of media coverage in shaping public perception and the challenges it poses

Interested in learning more?

Tune in for the entire conversation, check out the book The Better Brain: Overcome Anxiety, Combat Depression, and Reduce ADHD and Stress with Nutrition, and visit Bonnie J Kaplan, Ph.D.

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