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PROMOTING MENTAL HEALTH THROUGH HEALTHY EATING,AND NUTRITIONAL CARE. Promoting Mental Health through,Healthy Eating and Nutritional Care. 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,DIETITIANS OF CANADA I PAGE i. PROMOTING MENTAL HEALTH THROUGH HEALTHY EATING,AND NUTRITIONAL CARE. Section Authors,Jadine Cairns,Uppala Chandrasekera. Karen Davison,Melanie Jaques,Linda Mailhot Hall,Christina Seely. Elke Sengmueller,Suggested Citation, 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, 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 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,PROMOTING MENTAL HEALTH THROUGH HEALTHY EATING. AND NUTRITIONAL CARE, 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. Executive Summary forthcoming fifth edition of the Diagnostic and. Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders DSM 5 A, structured literature search for each identified topic. Mental health is a state of well being in which was conducted followed by extensive review of more. every individual realizes his or her own potential than 800 articles to identify key themes. can cope with the normal stresses of life can work An integrative literature synthesis was employed to. productively and fruitfully and is able to make a outline the various intersections between nutrition and. contribution to her or his community 1 Good mental health and to inform dietetics related policy. nutrition is integral to mental health As experts and practice The literature was organized within four. advising on diet food and nutrition Registered key themes. Dietitians have an important role in mental health. x Nutrition and its role in mental health,promotion disease prevention and treatment for a.
promotion and disease prevention, wide variety of mental health conditions Dietitians of. x Intersections between mental health, Canada DC the national professional association for. conditions and dietetics practice, dietitians recognizes that all dietitians work either. x Diversity in practice and,directly or indirectly in mental health and. x Nutritional care for mental health,commissioned this document which examines the.
populations, various intersections between nutrition and mental. health The overall goal is to support the work of Based on the synthesis of these themes above five. dietitians and to guide future dietetics practice as it recommendations are presented to guide the. relates to mental health This document also provides promotion of mental health as it relates to nutrition. policy makers and other interested groups and Since much of the synthesis pertains to roles in specific. individuals with an evidence based summary of the areas of mental health three distinct papers were. current literature about the promotion of mental health produced from this comprehensive document. through healthy eating and nutritional care addressing dietitian and health professional roles in. different areas of health and mental health care The. Process documents include, This document reflects the contributions of an advisory 1 The Role of Nutrition in Mental Health. team of dietetics professionals who work in different Promotion and Prevention. areas of mental health in Canada and reviewers with 2 The Role of Nutrition Care for Mental Health. expertise in various disciplines The process included Conditions. the advisory team identifying concepts and key 3 Nutrition and Mental Health Therapeutic. resources related to mental health promotion disease Approaches. prevention treatment and rehabilitation as well as. special considerations for dietetics and mental health All documents are accessible at. practice The literature regarding mental health www dietitians ca mentalhealth. treatment focused on conditions defined by the,DIETITIANS OF CANADA I PAGE iv. PROMOTING MENTAL HEALTH THROUGH HEALTHY EATING,AND NUTRITIONAL CARE. Key Findings Interventions provided by Registered Dietitians to. individuals with mental health conditions and their. Mental health conditions are associated with long, care providers can lead to reduced nutrition related.
lasting disability and significant mortality through. side effects of psychiatric medications improved, suicide medical illness and accidental death It is. cognition better self management of concurrent,estimated that mental health conditions cost the. and comorbid conditions and improved overall,Canadian economy 51 billion dollars annually By. occupational social and psychological functioning,2030 mental health issues are expected to be. Targeted nutritional interventions exist for mental. the leading cause of disability in Canada Current,health symptoms such as depression mania.
treatments for mental health conditions e g, psychosis delirium dementia disordered eating sleep. pharmaceuticals only provide partial benefit Other. problems and substance use In addition therapeutic. approaches such as targeted nutrition interventions. approaches such as cognitive behaviour therapy, that can maintain the structure and function of neurons. mindful based eating awareness dialectical behaviour. and brain centres and therapeutic approaches to, therapy motivational interviewing cognitive adaptive. modify disordered eating patterns can effectively,training and applied behavioural analysis used by. augment medical approaches to mental health care, Registered Dietitians in mental health practice show.
Nutritional interventions as part of collaborative. evidence that food intakes and eating behaviours can. and integrative programs aimed at mental health, be positively modified and lead to enhanced well being. promotion contribute to positive health outcomes and. Other issues affecting mental health and dietetics. are cost effective Comprehensive mental health, practice include food insecurity use of natural health. promotion interventions that include nutrition,products and debate about food addictions Mental. education and food skills training components with a. health consumers may have diverse needs related to. focus on pregnant moms infants children and, gender life stage culture history of trauma and co. adolescents can lead to reductions in neural tube, occuring conditions Registered Dietitians can draw on.
defects low birth weight and premature delivery and. knowledge and skills such as cultural competence, can positively affect cognitive development behaviour. trauma informed care and harm reduction to foster,and academic performance Positive parenting. mental well being reduce disparities and strengthen. programs that include healthy lifestyle interventions. response to diverse communities,have led to a return on investment in excess of 6. based on reduced use of special education social,mental health and criminal justice services. Simulations of healthy worksite programs aimed at,mental health promotion have shown returns on.
investment of 9 to 1 Many nutrition initiatives that. Registered Dietitians help facilitate support mental. health by enhancing social inclusion self reliance self. determination food security healthy body image and. reducing health and social inequities,DIETITIANS OF CANADA I PAGE v. PROMOTING MENTAL HEALTH THROUGH HEALTHY EATING,AND NUTRITIONAL CARE. Recommendations of key food regulatory initiatives Standardized. Dietitians of Canada is proud to release this new role paper Promoting Mental Health through Healthy Eating and Nutritional Care4 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

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