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Metabolic psychiatry is a new and growing field exploring the overlap of mental illness, brain health and metabolic function. Traditional psychiatry often overlooks metabolic factors, such as insulin resistance, inflammation, oxidative stress and obesity, when treating mental illness. However, many psychiatric disorders, including depression, anxiety and bipolar disorder, can stem from underlying metabolic dysfunction.

A ketogenic diet (low carb) is often recommended as one metabolic treatment approach for improving mental health. By introducing real, wholesome foods and avoiding sugar, processed foods and refined carbohydrates, we can eliminate symptoms, improve brain function, and enhance overall wellness. Research suggests that a ketogenic diet has the potential to improve symptoms for those with schizophrenia, neurodegeneration, mood disorders and more.

Discover clinical protocols to address the complexities of nutrition, insulin resistance, metabolic dysfunction, and inflammation and more – specifically as they relate to mental illness – and help your patients find lasting relief. Check out our trainings below!

“Always fascinated by how the foods we eat effect our brains and bodies in so many ways. Thank you for the informative courses!”

– Callie V.

Metabolic Psychiatry & Ketogenic Diets Training

Functional Medicine for Mental Health Conference

An online conference on the Ketogenic Diet for Mental Health
October 7-8, 2023

Learn evidence-based functional medicine treatment you won’t find anywhere else. Join like-minded colleagues and integrative experts to discover protocols for treating the underlying root causes of mental illness, such as nutritional deficiencies, infections and inflammation.

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Ketogenic Diets in Psychiatry:
Fad & Facts

Conference presentations package

Explore the benefits of ketogenic diets for brain health, specifically the potential benefits for those with cognitive decline, mood disorders, schizophrenia, neuroregeneration, and beyond. Learn the clinical science behind ketogenic diets for psychiatry, therapeutic applications and outcomes, dietary concerns, and more.

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Ketogenic Diets for Psychiatric Disorders

An online course by Dr. Georgie Ede

Join Dr. Ede to review the emerging field of metabolic psychiatry, the cornerstone of which is the ketogenic diet. Learn about the science behind ketogenic diets, and how they can help enhance therapy and outcomes for psychiatric disorders–even helping some reduce or eliminate the need for medication.

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Schizophrenia Redefined

Exploring the Role of Gluten Intolerance, Celiac Disease and Ketogenic Diets

An online webinar with Dr. James Greenblatt

Join functional and metabolic psychiatry expert, Dr. Greenblatt, to learn how diet and nutrition impact schizophrenia symptoms, the potential benefits in removing gluten from the diet, and the impact of achieving nutritional ketosis.

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The Ketomind Programme

Treating Mental Health Conditions with Ketogenic Diets

An online webinar with Stefan Ivantu, MD, MRCPsych

Learn the latest research on ketogenic diets for mental health, along with the KetoMind Programme, an optional dietary intervention to enhance standard psychiatric treatment.

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The Benefits of Glucose and Ketone Testing

for the Patient, Practitioner, and Society

Learn about the benefits of glucose and ketone testing for patients, practitioners and society, and how to improve patient compliance and outcomes in this online webinar with Keto-Mojo Founder, Dorian Greenow, and Clinical Educator, Jessica Ernst, RD.

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Ready to apply metabolic protocols in your practice? Check out our Fellowship in Functional & Integrative Psychiatry!

Built for the busy mental health professional, the Psychiatry Redefined Fellowship is the most comprehensive, cost-effective and scientifically based program available. Deliver healing and relief to your patients by addressing metabolic issues, nutritional imbalances, hormonal dysregulation, toxicities, chronic infections, inflammation, genetics and more. Listen below to fellow, Lachlan Crawford, ND, share her experience in the Fellowship.

Let’s redefine mental wellness together.

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