Did you know that diet directly correlates with your mental health? If you or someone you know suffers from depression, the benefits of a diet makeover are endless! Dr. Taubman, primary care physician at Olney Medical in Olney, Maryland, invites you to join this cutting edge seminar on the latest evidence on the connections between nutrition and mental health.
Presenter: Rick Weissinger, M.S., R.D.
When: Wednesday, January 14, 2015 at 7 pm
Where: Olney Counseling Center
3430 N. High Street
Olney, Maryland 20832
Refreshments and light fare will be served. Seating is limited. Please reserve your seat by clicking here or calling 301-570-7500. Thank you!
What Can I Expect To Learn About Nutrition & Mental Health?
During this lecture, you can expect to learn more about:
- Why people suffering from depression are in critical need of a diet makeover.
- The latest research on the effects of omega 3 fats on mental health.
- Why antioxidants may be an effective intervention for mental health disorders.
- The connection between obesity and depression.
- The Role of Vitamin D in Mental Health
Learn More about Our Nutritionist
Your presenter for the evening will be Rick Weissinger, M.S., R.D. Rick is a registered licensed nutritionist in private practice in Olney, MD and Alexandria, VA. Rick is the author of “What the Experts Say About Food and Cancer” and the co-author of two editions of “Nutrition Guide for Clinicians,” a 900-page handbook for medical students detailing roles for nutrition and lifestyle treatments for most common, chronic health problems. He is currently co-director and founder of Olney Integrative Weight Solutions, along with psychotherapist Andrea Lopes, LCSW-C and Washingtonian “Top Doc” Edward Taubman, M.D.
Nutritionist in Olney, Maryland
Unable to make the seminar? Don’t worry! You can make an appointment to meet with our nutrition or Dr. Taubman any day of the week. Let us help you re-learn how to eat! Our team of experts will teach you exactly what you need to eat to develop a healthy lifestyle. Contact us online or call 301-774-5400 for more information.