Cutting through the confusion…
You know that food affects mental health… and vice versa.
When you’re depressed, anxious, and tired, ordering takeout is much easier than preparing a nourishing meal at home.
Fluctuations in blood sugar, inflammation in the gut, or food sensitivities may cause low energy, anxiety, depression, and sleep issues.
And if you’re dealing with IBS, SIBO, acid reflux, or indigestion, you know these have a real impact on mood.
But Dr. Google offers up conflicting advice.
Should you try paleo, vegan, keto, or something else?
What about supplements or digestive enzymes?
It’s hard to know exactly what will work in a sustainable way.
That’s where working with a clinical nutritionist comes in.
Support your mental health with food.
We’ll help you figure out your specific nutritional needs and work on supporting your mental health and gut health with food.
From creating a grocery list and meal planning to personalized supplement protocols to doing in-depth testing for gut health and nutritional deficiencies, we can help.
Our Functional Nutritionist, Ailar Poormoghaddam, uses a functional medicine approach to support your gut health and mental health. She knows that no change is too small, and she’ll guide you through a personalized nutrition plan that works for your lifestyle.
Imagine feeling energized, calm, and vibrant by making a few lifestyle changes.
“Now I finally know what to eat to keep my anxiety in check,
and I’m not just grabbing a breakfast bar from the pantry on my way out the door in the morning.”
At Pacific Integrative Psychiatry, we know that treating mental health doesn’t start and stop with a pill. Nourishing your body with the fuel it needs to synthesize neurotransmitters like serotonin, dopamine, and more is a key component to seeing lasting improvements with anxiety, depression, and sleep.
With our expertise, we can help you get there faster.
Whether you want to see a nutritionist for one-time consultation, or you’d love a fully integrative, collaborative approach to mental health with the nutritionist, therapist, and psychiatrist, we’ve got you covered.
Schedule a free phone consultation to see if our approach is a good fit for your needs.