Insights for Health Providers: Nutrition for Concussion & TBI
This is a limited time replay! Take it in before Friday April 1st 2022.
Enjoy the replay either by WATCHING or LISTENING. It is not crucial to watch the screen. The audio alone is a good guide.
*Disclaimer: this is for information only and does not replace working with a trained dietitian.
How to refer plus some additional resources you can share with your clients:
Refer to a dietitian specialized in concussion & TBI:
TBI Nutrition Program (my online program)
- This is a non-diet approach, open to anyone who is struggling with concussion, brain injury, or caregivers (anywhere in the world!)
- I do “Tele-Help” calls with clients before signing them on to ensure it’s a good fit
- More info can be found HERE and Tele-Help calls can be booked HERE.
Motor Vehicle Collision referrals
- This is for those who have insurance coverage in ONTARIO, CANADA for motor vehicle collisions
- Referrals can be sent to Aimee Hayes & Associates at firstname.lastname@example.org
Other ways to find a dietitian
Articles & resources
Here are some of the articles and resources I mentioned during the webinar:
- Do I Have To Cut Out Dairy in TBI?
- 3 simple ways to eat anti-inflammatory post TBI
- An excellent article diving into why gluten isn’t necessarily inflammatory, by Desiree Nielson, RD
- Subjective global assessment (SGA) – Diagnosing Malnutrition
- Dr. Shär Institute for healthcare providers on gluten-related disorders (has an algorithm for assessing)
- Binge Eating Disorder Screener-7
If you enjoy the ‘gram, then give me a follow on Instagram & share with your clients! A lot of great posts and simple recipes: @brain.mind.nutrition.
Keep in touch!
I’ll be sending out updates perhaps once a month to the email list that joined this webinar. I host free webinars for your clients as well, and I’ll send you those details as they come! (of course, you can unsubscribe at any time).
Best in brain health!!
Krystal Merrells, Registered Dietitian (Ontario, Canada)