About the Session

It is commonly accepted that there are direct links between physical health and food choices. There is now however also a growing body of evidence to demonstrate that the food we eat affects our mental health and plays a significant role in our overall wellbeing. For example, dietary changes have been successfully trialed in the treatment of clinical depression. This session aims to explore the mechanisms through which food choices impact on our brain function and mood, and provides practical tips to develop healthy eating habits at home and at work, for optimal health.

This session is facilitated by an experienced nutritionist and counsellor and uses a blend of interaction, exercises and information to support participants’ learning. 

Session Outline

• The impact of food choices on brain function

• Gut health and the impact on mental health

• Tips for healthy eating to optimise wellbeing

• How to access further support

Please note time:

1pm  to 2pm Australian Eastern Daylight Saving Time (AEDT) NSW/ACT/VIC
12pm to 1pm Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST) QLD

Who is this session for?

All Staff


External: EAP Facilitator

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Course code: 20243
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