Helping Employees Tap into the Link Between Nutrition and Mental Health

  Free to International Foundation and ISCEBS Members

Recorded Event - October 27, 2020
3:00-4:30 p.m. ET

What we eat can have a profound effect on many aspects of mental health, including depression, anxiety and stress. In this webcast, we will address the motivation and knowledge needed to make healthy nutrition choices for optimal mood as well as how to manage and prevent common mood disorders with nutrition. We will also examine the need for dietitian support to help employees get on the right track. 

Tune in to learn about the following:

  • The science behind the connection between nutrition and mental health
  • The role of nutrition in the prevention and treatment of specific mental health issues
  • Top foods and nutrients for improving mental health as well as top foods to avoid for better mental health
  • Common concerns—loss of focus at work, feelings of depression and anxiety, or always feeling ‘stressed’—that can have a connection with mental health and nutrition.


Lisa Spriet, MSc, RD [view bio]
Registered Dietitian, Co-Owner
Nutrition Professionals of Canada
London, Ontario

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