Depression and anxiety can feel like a daily battlefield for your mental health. But there is hope! Unpack the specific biomolecular aspects that create mental health disorders and what dietary and lifestyle principles will bring balance and vibrant mental health without dependence on medications.
This course covers mental health disorders such as Mood Disorders (SAD, depression, and bipolar), Anxiety Disorders (anxiety, panic attacks, social anxiety, and phobias), Psychotic Disorders (schizophrenia, hallucinations, and delusions), Eating Disorders (anorexia, bulimia, and binge eating), Obsessive-compulsive Disorder (OCD), and Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
This course includes detailed training videos with Karen; quizzes to check and solidify your knowledge of the concepts as they are taught; and all the resources needed to apply your new knowledge and take you all the way through the healing process including flowcharts, full dietary protocols, and email access to Karen for any questions and one-on-one personalization.
*Please note that the dietary protocols in this course are not geared for a Vegan/Vegetarian diet. The consumption of efficient, complete proteins in the form of eggs, meat, poultry, fish, and seafood is essential for achieving the desired results for the Mental Health protocol.
The content provided in this course is for informational purposes only and is not intended as medical advice, or as a substitute for the medical advice of a physician.
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What people are saying
"I have been on the protocol for a couple of months and am definitely feeling better for it. Headaches and nausea are gone, mentally [I am] really well. Thank you so much for giving me a sense of control which has been lacking for quite some time! I am so very grateful."
"I've been on the mental health protocol for 31 days now and feel absolutely fantastic!"
Karen R. Hurd
Practicing for 30 years, Karen, in addition to her nutritional training, holds her Master of Science in Biochemistry and is currently enrolled at The George Washington University in the Master of Public Health program. Her philosophy in approaching health is that "Food has the power to kill; food has the power to heal. It's your choice." Karen applies her knowledge at the biomolecular level to understand the cause of the health problems we face and what dietary and lifestyle changes are needed to correct that cause and unlock our best health.