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THE ROLE OF NUTRITION IN MENTAL HEALTH PROMOTION AND PREVENTION. The Role of Nutrition in,Mental Health Promotion and Prevention 1. DECEMBER 2012,Advisory Team, Jadine Cairns M Sc R D Nutritionist Day Treatment Program Provincial Specialized Eating Disorders Program Vancouver. British Columbia, Karen Davison Ph D R D Intersections in Mental Health and Perspectives in Addiction Research Training Program BC Centre. for Excellence in Women s Health Vancouver British Columbia Project Consultant. Jennifer Grant Moore B Sc P Dt Clinical Dietitian Eating Disorder Clinic Capital Health Halifax Nova Scotia. Melanie Jaques B H Ec R D Revive Wellness Incorporated Edmonton Alberta. Linda Mailhot Hall B Sc R D Grey Bruce Health Services Owen Sound Ontario. Eric Ng M P H R D Knowledge Exchange Associate Minding Our Bodies Project Canadian Mental Health Association. Ontario Toronto Ontario, Jan Palmer B Sc P Dt Clinical Dietitian Food and Nutrition Services Capital Health Halifax Nova Scotia. Christina Seely B Sc R D Clinical Inpatient Dietitian Regional Mental Health Care London Ontario. Elke Sengmueller B A Sc R D Registered Dietitian Nutrition Therapist Family Nutrition Counselling Toronto York Region. and Mount Pleasant Therapy Centre Toronto Ontario, This paper The Role of Nutrition in Mental Health Promotion and Prevention 1 is the first of three papers.
derived from the Dietitians of Canada comprehensive role paper on nutrition and mental health Promoting Mental. Health through Healthy Eating and Nutritional Care. DIETITIANS OF CANADA I PAGE i, THE ROLE OF NUTRITION IN MENTAL HEALTH PROMOTION AND PREVENTION. Contributing Authors The Role of Nutrition in Mental Health Promotion and Prevention 1. Jadine Cairns,Uppala Chandrasekera,Karen Davison,Melanie Jaques. Linda Mailhot Hall,Christina Seely,Elke Sengmueller. Suggested Citation The Role of Nutrition in Mental Health Promotion and Prevention 1. Davison KM Ng E Chandrasekera U Seely C Cairns J Mailhot Hall L Sengmueller E Jaques M Palmer J Grant Moore J for. Dietitians of Canada The Role of Nutrition in Mental Health Promotion and Prevention 1 Toronto Dietitians of Canada. 2012 Access at www dietitians ca mentalhealth, The Advisory Team would also like to thank the following reviewers for their insight and comments. Carol Ayers Law and Mental Health Program Centre for Addiction and Mental Health. Uppala Chandrasekera Planning and Policy Analyst Canadian Mental Health Association. Dianne Drummond Prevention Health Promotion Addiction and Mental Health Alberta Health Services Edmonton Zone. Michelle Gold Senior Director Policy and Programs Canadian Mental Health Association Ontario. Clifford Holloway Owner Daystar Counselling,Leanne Johnson Soulfull Nutrition Counselling.
Bonnie Kaplan Professor Department of Community Health University of Calgary. Elisa Levi Dietitians of Canada Aboriginal Nutrition Network Chair. Nicole MacLellan Registered Dietitian Sherbourne Health Centre. Kelly Matheson Registered Dietitian Sherbourne Health Centre. Scott Mitchell Director Knowledge Transfer Canadian Mental Health Association Ontario. Victoria Smye Assistant Professor School of Nursing University of British Columbia. Pat Vanderkooy Manager Public Affairs Dietitians of Canada. DIETITIANS OF CANADA I PAGE ii, THE ROLE OF NUTRITION IN MENTAL HEALTH PROMOTION AND PREVENTION. In 2006 Dietitians of Canada partnered with the Canadian Collaborative Mental Health Initiative creating a toolkit. The Role of Dietitians in Collaborative Primary Health Care Mental Health Programs to help dietitians and other. health professionals in their care of clients with mental health conditions One of the principles enshrined in the. Canadian Collaborative Mental Health Charter endorsed by Dietitians of Canada was All Canadians have the right to. health services that promote a healthy mind body and spirit In the same year the Standing Senate Committee on. Social Affairs Science and Technology recognized the urgent need to transform mental health systems across Canada. releasing the report Out of the Shadows at Last Transforming mental health mental illness and addiction. services in Canada 1 which led to the creation of the Mental Health Commission of Canada. In the six years since publication of the initial toolkit Dietitians of Canada has continued to speak to issues in. mental health care A brief to the newly formed Mental Health Commission of Canada was submitted in 2007. highlighting dietitian roles in mental health promotion and mental health conditions and citing evidence for association. between mental health and diet quality In 2009 the Mental Health Commission of Canada released its first report. Toward recovery well being A framework for a mental health strategy for Canada 2 This year in 2012 the. Commission has outlined its strategy in their second report Changing directions changing lives The mental health. strategy for Canada 3 calling on all Canadians to play a role in improving the mental health system. Dietitians of Canada is proud to release this new role paper Promoting Mental Health through Healthy Eating. and Nutritional Care 4 a comprehensive document discussing intersections of nutrition with mental health from. promotion to nutrition care and therapeutic approaches We believe dietitians will continue to play an important role in. mental health promotion and care supporting Canada s mental health strategy in its strategic directions as outlined by. the Mental Health Commission of Canada helping people to find the right combination of services treatments and. The World Health Organization has acknowledged there is no health without mental health 5 Health. professionals indeed any people with an interest in nutrition and mental health will appreciate this extensively. referenced evidence based resource complete with many practical tips and links We hope you will use this. comprehensive document or any one of the three section papers developed to inform your knowledge and promote. nutrition and mental health, 1 Canada Parliament Senate 2006 Standing Senate Committee on Social Affairs Science and Technology M J L Kirby Chair W J Keon Deputy Chair. Out of the shadows at last Transforming mental health mental illness and addiction services in Canada 38th Parl 1st sess p 42. Retrieved from http www parl gc ca Content SEN Committee 391 soci rep rep02may06 e htm. 2 Mental Health Commission of Canada 2009 Toward recovery well being A framework for a mental health strategy for Canada. http www mentalhealthcommission ca, 3 Mental Health Commission of Canada 2012 Changing directions changing lives The mental health strategy for Canada Calgary AB Author. http strategy mentalhealthcommission ca download, 4 Davison KM Ng E Chandrasekera U Seely C Cairns J Mailhot Hall L Sengmueller E Jaques M Palmer J Grant Moore J for Dietitians of Canada Promoting. Mental Health through Healthy Eating and Nutritional Care Toronto Dietitians of Canada 2012 Access at www dietitians ca mentalhealth. 5 World Health Organization 2010 Mental health strengthening our response Fact sheet No 220. http www who int mediacentre factsheets fs220 en,DIETITIANS OF CANADA I PAGE iii.
Summary proposed theories that link nutrition and mental. health evidence linking the prevention of mental,health conditions and nutrition and examples of. Mental health is a state of well being in which nutrition related strategies that can enhance mental. every individual realizes his or her own potential health Based on the analyses in these three areas. can cope with the normal stresses of life can work suggestions are presented to guide the promotion of. productively and fruitfully and is able to make a mental health as it relates to nutrition. contribution to her or his community 1 Dietitians of. Canada DC the national professional association for Key Findings. dietitians recognizes that there are many intersections. Mental health conditions are associated with long,between nutrition and mental health and for this. lasting disability and significant mortality through. reason they commissioned the development of a, suicide medical illness and accidental death It is. comprehensive document titled Promoting Mental,estimated that mental health conditions cost the. Health Through Healthy Eating and Nutritional Care. Canadian economy 51 billion dollars annually By, This paper derived from the larger document provides.
2030 mental health issues are expected to be,policy makers practitioners and other interested. the leading cause of disability in Canada Nutritional. groups and individuals with an evidence based, interventions as part of collaborative and integrative. summary of the current literature about nutrition and. programs aimed at mental health promotion as well as. the promotion of mental health, prevention contributes to positive health outcomes and. This document is the first in the series which,are cost effective Comprehensive mental health. promotion interventions that include nutrition, 1 The Role of Nutrition in Mental Health education and food skills training components with a.
Promotion and Prevention focus on pregnant moms infants children and. 2 The Role of Nutrition Care for Mental Health adolescents can lead to reductions in neural tube. Conditions, defects low birth weight and premature delivery and. 3 Nutrition and Mental Health Therapeutic, can positively affect cognitive development behaviour. Approaches,and academic performance Positive parenting. All documents are accessible at programs that include healthy lifestyle interventions. www dietitians ca mentalhealth have led to a return on investment in excess of 6. based on reduced use of special education social, Process mental health and criminal justice services. Simulations of healthy worksite programs aimed at, A structured literature search was conducted followed.
mental health promotion have shown returns on,by extensive review of more than 100 resources to. investment of 9 to 1 Many nutrition initiatives that. identify key themes An integrative literature synthesis. Registered Dietitians help facilitate support mental. was then employed to outline the various intersections. health by enhancing social inclusion self reliance self. between nutrition mental health promotion and, determination food security healthy body image and. mental health condition prevention The literature,reducing health and social inequities. was organized into three key themes that included,DIETITIANS OF CANADA I PAGE iv. THE ROLE OF NUTRITION IN MENTAL HEALTH PROMOTION AND PREVENTION. Recommendations,The recommendations relevant to nutrition mental.
health promotion and disease prevention are,summarized here To review all recommendations of. the full role paper on nutrition and mental health. readers should refer to the executive summary of the. complete role paper The promotion of optimal, nutrition that supports mental health through public. health policy and programming can lead to reductions. in health and social costs Public health messaging and. social marketing that highlight the importance of, healthy eating and mental health initiatives targeted at. building healthy food environments e g sodium,reduction banning trans fats food guidelines for. schools and recreation facilities food policy aimed at. supporting the general population s mental health and. continued investigative work that strengthens the, evidence base about diet and the prevention of mental.
health conditions are important mechanisms to,support mental health promotion and disease. prevention,DIETITIANS OF CANADA I PAGE v, THE ROLE OF NUTRITION IN MENTAL HEALTH PROMOTION AND PREVENTION. Table of Contents,Forward iii,Summary iv, The Role of Nutrition in Mental Health Promotion and Prevention 2. 1 Introduction 2,2 Process 2,3 Nutrition and Mental Health Proposed Links 3. 4 Nutrition in the Prevention of Mental Health Conditions 9. 5 Nutrition Mental Health Promotion and Disease Prevention A Case Example and Resources 17. 6 Registered Dietitians in Mental Health Promotion Qualified and Cost Effective 18. 7 Concluding Remarks 19,References 20,Appendices,Appendix A Search Strategy 25.
Appendix B Nutrition and Mental Health Resources 26. Table 1 Known Brain Functions of Selected Major Nutrients Vitamins and Minerals 7. Table 2 Examples of Nutrition Related Strategies that Promote Mental Health and. Prevent Mental Health Conditions 11, Figure 1 The Intersections of Nutrition and the Mind 3. This paper is the first in a series of three papers derived from the Dietitians of Canada comprehensive role paper. on nutrition and mental health Promoting Mental Health through Healthy Eating and Nutritional Care The three. papers in the series are titled, 1 The Role of Nutrition in Mental Health Promotion and Prevention. 2 The Role of Nutrition Care for Mental Health Conditions. 3 Nutrition and Mental Health Therapeutic Approaches. DIETITIANS OF CANADA I PAGE 1, The Role of Nutrition social and economic gains6 Mental health promotion. focuses on promoting the value for mental health and. in Mental Health improving the coping capacities of individuals2. Prevention activities concerned with avoiding disease. Promotion and complement mental health promotion,Dietitians of Canada DC the national professional. Prevention association for dietitians recognizes that there are. THE ROLE OF NUTRITION IN MENTAL HEALTH PROMOTION AND PREVENTION DIETITIANS OF CANADA I PAGE i The Role of Nutrition in Mental Health Promotion and Prevention 1 DECEMBER 2012 Advisory Team Jadine Cairns M Sc R D Nutritionist Day Treatment Program Provincial Specialized Eating Disorders Program Vancouver British Columbia

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