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Nutrition and Mental Health

Updated: Jul 2, 2021

A short series.

**Disclaimer: I realize that unfortunately there are people in our community who may not have the resources available to them to have access to proper nutritious and helpful foods. There are also people who, although they have the financial capacity to acquire nutritious foods, may see food in general as a stressor or a trigger for unpleasant reactions or thoughts.

Please see this series as simply a guide to be observed as just that. You are not a failure if you cannot or do not make these suggestions a part of your life.

Simply continue to do the best that you can manage every day. That is enough.**

Over the next few weeks, I will be making short and simple posts about some helpful nutrition tips when living with a mental illness or someone close to you who has one.

Always remember that we are not defined by our illnesses.

I am not a depressed and anxious person.

I am a person who deals with depression and anxiety.

Self-talk, and how we speak to others can do a lot of good, or a lot of damage.

So take a moment and follow through with this series and see how you might be able to apply it in your own life. Here are the articles to come in the series

1. Discover your Relationship with food

2. Creating and keeping a Food + Mood journal

3. Embrace a routine

4. Creating habits and limit cravings power

5. Better choices on-the-go and The Importance of Prep

6. The Importance of Hydration and Electrolytes

Wishing you health and peace


© 2020 Go With Goals

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