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Healthy nutrition is vital for mental wellness.

Nutritional habits and exercise are vital to overall wellness. Our gut acts as a second brain of sorts as when food digests, it produces little chemical messengers responsible for emotions, mood, cognition, sleep, and much more. While we aren’t nutritionists, we can offer insights into dietary choices that help you lead a more balanced life. Here are a few general tips for achieving that in your daily life to get started:

  • Eat whole, natural foods every 3–4 hours
  • Stay hydrated. Divide your body weight by two to know your daily ounce intake
  • Balance every meal with protein, complex carbohydrates, vegetables, and healthy fats
  • Exercise. Find something active you enjoy and do it 4–5 times per week
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Good food for every mind, every body.

Foods hold a lot of power, fueling us to help us function each day. As the gut and the mind are closely interconnected, there are specific foods that lessen the influence of certain health conditions, from mood stability to a good night’s sleep. Whether avoiding inflammatory processed foods for anxiety or increasing healthy fats for better focus, our health professionals can guide you as to which foods will help or hinder you on your journey to wellness.

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