Brain Health Assessment
Our brain is the center of our consciousness and makes up who we are.
We often take for granted basic functions such as maintaining a positive mood, remembering a name, or being able to drive a car. Yet there are millions of people who suffer from poor brain health leading to depression and even dementia. While genetics can be involved, nutrition, metabolic imbalances, and the environment often play an even bigger role in their progression.
Correcting metabolic and nutritional imbalances can support depression tremendously as well as slow aging of the brain.
If you suffer from conditions such as depression, anxiety, or poor memory I encourage you to fill out the Brain Health and Nutrition Assessment Form form seen here: