Because you have the right to know all of the ways that you can feel better.
You do not actually know who you really are or what your brain is capable of if you do not treat underlying factors, including metabolic disorder and nutritional deficiency. There is a treatment option here you have not yet explored that could be life-changing for you.
These are people from my practice sharing their experience using ketogenic diets and other nutritional therapies to treat symptoms of mental illness and neurological issues.
These entries are not testimonials about me as a therapist.
Each case study has been approved by the client for accuracy and all identifying information removed. These results are consistent with what is reported by other medical professionals I have consulted with using dietary methods like the ketogenic diet for mental health and neurological issues.
They are included as a way for people to share their personal experiences using nutritional and dietary therapy as a treatment option. Most are stories from people using the ketogenic diet for mental illness.
Client was referred by a prescriber for psychotherapy and on medication upon presentation. Prior history included some very difficult symptoms in changing medications and comingContinue reading “Case Study #7”
Client presented with clinically significant depression and reported feeling irritable. Nutritional analysis of diet suggested client was overeating some macros and under eating others. NutritionContinue reading “Case Study #6”
Client presented with intense feelings of anxiety, including fatigue, agitation, worry and even derealization. We began work early on regarding nutrition and mental health simultaneouslyContinue reading “Case Study #4”
Client was referred by a psychiatrist and on medication upon presentation. Client experienced intense feelings of irritability and impatience and reported feeling overwhelmed very easilyContinue reading “Case Study #3”
Client presented with symptoms of depression and anxiety and later was given a diagnosis of chronic PTSD. Client improved significantly with psychotherapy but would presentContinue reading “Case Study #2”