If you missed out on our recent Nutrition for Mental Health event at CityLife Community Care, here’s your chance!
Nutrition For Mental Health 7.00pm - 9.00pm Thursday 21st November New Bay Hotel, New Street, Brighton
Did you know that nutrition plays a vital role in optimising your mental health? It’s essential to understand how to eat for your mental health as much as for physical health. In the absence of balanced nutrition, vitamin and mineral deficiencies can worsen existing conditions such as anxiety and depression, as well as impair memory functions. This event is your opportunity to gain a new level of understanding and insight from clinical dietitians with extensive experience. We’re passionate about ensuring our patients have the right nutrition to optimise their mental health, and we want to share it with you!
If you want to know how to support your good mental health or how to better walk alongside others, then this evening is for you.
Spots are limited, so grab your ticket today!
Good nutrition is about more than what you eat, it is vital for healthy living.
Learning to enjoy food as part of a balanced lifestyle is what Perfect Balance Nutrition is all about. We provide the expertise, support and accountability to help you achieve your nutritional and dietary goals. Our team of Accredited Practising Dietitians and Nutritionists are experts in Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics. We understand that there is more to achieving balance than simply providing a meal plan or nutritional advice. This is why we work closely with a strong network of GP's, specialists, physiotherapists, psychologists and allied health professionals to ensure the best outcome for you.
You are in safe hands with Perfect Balance Nutrition
Rebates for consultations can be claimed on Medicare if you have an Enhanced Primary Care Plan in place from your GP, DVA for eligible DVA card holders or from your Private Health Insurance Extra's cover.
Balance is Best
"Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity" World Health Organisation (WHO) Constitutional Preamble