Excessive Eating: Addressing the Intersection between Food and Brain Chemistry
Presented by: James Greenblatt, M.D.+
Thursday, June 13 • 4:00 p.m. ET
This presentation will explore the neurochemical basis for excessive eating. Excessive caloric intake is a major concern in the United States with numerous opportunities to incorporate integrative therapies. This presentation will discuss the role of nutritional deficiencies and targeted supplementation to help patients achieve and maintain healthy eating behavior.‡
- Understand how everyday foods can contribute to the physiologic basis of excessive eating.
- Discover how proper digestion, along with nutrient and amino acid availability, can influence neurotransmitter levels and behavior.
- Learn how to implement an integrative, evidenced-based approach to support long-term, healthy eating habits.‡
Dr. James Greenblatt has dedicated his professional career to Integrative Psychiatry. He has worked with thousands of children, adolescents and adults, employing both medical and complementary therapies in the treatment of mental illness. Dr. Greenblatt is dually board-certified in both child and adult psychiatry. He received his medical degree and completed his adult psychiatry residency at George Washington University in Washington, D.C and completed a fellowship in child and adolescent psychiatry at Johns Hopkins Medical School. In addition to serving as the Chief Medical Officer and Vice President of Medical Services at Walden Behavioral Care in Waltham, Massachusetts, Dr. Greenblatt is a clinical faculty member in the Department of Psychiatry at Tufts University School of Medicine.
+ Dr. James Greenblatt is a retained consultant for Pure Encapsulations.