Optimum Nutrition For Your Mental Health

Established in 2003, the Brain Bio Centre is a not-for-profit clinic that combines nutrition and health science to optimise brain health.

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Optimum Nutrition For Your Mental Health

Established in 2003, the Brain Bio Centre is a not-for-

profit clinic that combines nutrition and health science to optimise brain health.

Explore our services

We would welcome the opportunity to talk to you about our services.

Book a consultation

Our Clinic

Our clinic founded in 2003 specialises in the ‘optimum nutrition’ approach to mental well-being. Our team with over 35 years’ experience can help identify nutritional and biochemical imbalances, which may be contributing to your symptoms. We will work with you to develop a tailor made diet plan and supplement programme aimed at relieving symptoms and restoring mental and physical balance. We would welcome the opportunity to talk to you about our services. Please email us on info@brainbiocentre.com or feel free to call us on 0208 332 9600

The Brain Bio Centre is owned by the Food for the Brain Foundation, a registered educational charity, and shares a building within the Putneymead Group Medical Practice in Putney, London. It is a not-for-profit clinic, with any financial surplus generated being transferred to our charity Food For The Brain, enabling us to further important work into research, education and raising awareness of the benefits of nutrition.

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Our Clinical Services

The Brain Bio Centre offers a comprehensive assessment of the biochemical imbalances and nutritional deficiencies that contribute to mental health symptoms as well as detailed advice and guidance on how to correct these imbalances.

 

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Our Clinical Team

Our team is made up of nutritional therapists specialising in the area of mental health, psychiatrists and our experienced clinic manager to guide you through the process.

 

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Mental Health Conditions

Here is a list of conditions we commonly support at the clinic. For more information on our approach for each specific condition, please follow the link below.

 

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Test Packages

The Brain Bio Centre clinic utilises a variety of biochemical tests to help assess your nutritional status and identify underlying drivers of symptoms. We offer packages of tests related to different mental health conditions as well as individual tests. Your nutritional therapist will advise you on which ones may benefit you accordingly.

 

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Consultations and Packages

We offer both individual consultations as well as packages that are for those that wish to have access to longer-term support. A consultation with your nutritional therapist will always include taking a full case history, food diary analysis, advice on biochemical testing and the analysis of results.

 

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Corporate Services

We offer a variety of educational services such as talks and workshops, as well as in-house nutritional therapy through our packages, which offer tailored programmes to target stress and other health issues. Our therapists have extensive experience delivering talks to a wide variety of audiences on the topic of nutrition and mental health. 

 

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 “97% of clients say that they would recommend us to friends and family…”

“I cannot believe how much better I feel after such a short time on the programme. I feel 500% better than when I started 3 ½ months ago. The blood tests showed up food intolerances and vitamin and mineral deficiencies, which allowed the correct actions to be taken and when the results were explained it made complete sense. I am so glad I chose to go to the Brain Bio Centre. I had suffered from depression for several years but didn’t want to go on antidepressants for fear of addiction, and since being on the supplement programme and cutting out the foods I am intolerant to, the depression has lifted”…”I am so grateful to Lorraine, my nutritionist, who has enabled me to move on in my life. It was worth every penny”.

 DD, Leeds                                                                         

 Depression patient

Read more about what our clients have to say..

Latest News

Early Diagnosis of Alzheimer’s; Amyloid Protein vs Homocysteine Testing

Worldwide 46.8 million people have dementia and in the UK, 1 in 14 people over 65 have Alzheimer’s, the most prevalent form of dementia; and increasingly dementia sufferers are also struggling with other chronic conditions, such as diabetes and...

Food Intolerance, the Gut – Brain Axis and Mental Health

We recently held an informative event in London with Dr Gill Hart, a biochemist and expert in the field of food intolerances and their global effect on health and we wanted to share some of the highlights of what Dr Hart covered. Based on some of her recent...

The Building Blocks of Optimal Mental Wellbeing; How official dietary guidelines may not be enough to prevent poor mental health

As you are all well aware, our mission at Food for the Brain is to raise awareness about the importance of nutrition for mental health. Our monthly articles are normally geared at specific conditions, nutrients and topics under the umbrella subject of nutrition and...

Managing Stress and Anxiety with Nutrition

 It's safe to say that the lead up to Christmas can often be more stressful than joyful, what with the panic to buy the long list of presents, the cards we have to send before it gets too late, the turkey that should have been ordered two weeks...

When Is Raised Homocysteine Going to be Taken Seriously as a Significant Risk Factor in the Development of Alzheimer’s?

In 2015, there were about 47 million people were living with dementia around the world. This number is projected to triple by 2050. With these kinds of figures, it's safe to say that Dementia is the greatest global challenge for health and social care...

Body Image, Food Choices and Nutritional Status; The Vicious Cycle

This year’s theme for the Mental Health Foundation’s Mental Health Awareness Weekis Body Image, or how one thinks and feels about his or her body. Healthy body image begins with a healthy mind, and one of the key pillars of a healthy mind is through optimal...

What our clients say…

 “97% of clients say that they would recommend us to friends and family…”

“I cannot believe how much better I feel after such a short time on the programme. I feel 500% better than when I started 3 ½ months ago. The blood tests showed up food intolerances and vitamin and mineral deficiencies, which allowed the correct actions to be taken and when the results were explained it made complete sense. I am so glad I chose to go to the Brain Bio Centre. I had suffered from depression for several years but didn’t want to go on antidepressants for fear of addiction, and since being on the supplement programme and cutting out the foods I am intolerant to, the depression has lifted”…”I am so grateful to Lorraine, my nutritionist, who has enabled me to move on in my life. It was worth every penny”.

 DD, Leeds                                                                         

 Depression patient

Read more about what our clients have to say…

Our Charity

The Brain Bio Centre, is owned by Food For The Brain, an educational charity that generates awareness about the link between nutrition and mental health. Through its educational resources, research and outreach activities, it aims to empower people who have often debilitating mental health conditions, to take charge of their own mental health using positive dietary and lifestyle approaches. 

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