It has been recognised that Optimal Mental Health requires adequate availability and absorption of vitamins, minerals and amino and fatty acids as they are all essential building blocks for our brain cells and neurotransmitters. If our nutritional biochemistry is imbalanced, our mental health is impacted. The gut brain biome link is well established.
For most, a healthy diet optimizes brain wellbeing and cognisance . For others, a doctor may need to prescribe dietary improvements or a vitamin supplement if the body doesn’t metabolize nutrients properly.
Because we’re all unique individual, one person may tolerate lower levels of a certain nutrient (such as vitamin D) very well, and another might not, hence an epigenetic personalised mapping report can assist.
Nutritional deficiencies can influence our mental health in many ways; everything from mild to disruptive symptoms, depending on the bioavailability or the individuals intestinal wellbeing.
Research has discovered that certain deficiencies can contribute to stress, anxiety and depression, as well as exacerbate symptoms such as obsessive compulsive disorder and bipolar disorder. A nutritional deficiency can also slightly impact your emotional well-being.
Nutrition deficiency related issues can be expressed in a reduced ability to manage stress, increased anxiety, reduced anger management control, sadness, depression, and a reduction in cognitive actions.
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THE GUT BRAIN ENVIRONMENTAL LINKS
Links from the gut to the brain
None of these statements have been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease or condition. It is intended to provide nutritional food information. The digital process uses We use In-Vivo rather than In-Vitro technology and therefore does not provide reproducible indicators as it reflects the constant changing epigenetic environment at the quantum biological level. For this reason, nutritional food optimization should only be considered every 90 days. it is NOT recommended that a new Optimized Equine report be created within this period.