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This LEVEL 1 CORE training is a six-month training program that thoroughly introduces students to the use of amino acids, specific crucial nutrients, and diet in addressing symptoms of neurotransmitter depletion, such as depression, anxiety, insomnia, addiction, cravings, and relapse. The use of vitamin and mineral co-factors, blood sugar regulation, and the 5-Star Pro~Recovery Diet ©, all of which are critical to brain function are covered in detail.

Discover the Power of Nutrition in Recovery

Learn the critical role that nutrition (or lack of) plays in Recovery in this 6 CEU interactive class*

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OCTOBER 18 & 19 | 4:00pm - 7:00pm Central
NOVEMBER 7 & 8 | 10:30am to 1:30pm Central

Reduce Relapse! Save Lives!

Welcome To Academy for
Addiction & Mental Health Nutrition

The Academy for Addiction & Mental Health Nutrition believes that all addictive disorders, as well as MANY MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES, are driven by nutrient and neurotransmitter imbalances in the brain that can often be successfully addressed without the need for psychotropic medication.

A stable, well-functioning, and well-nourished brain is required for clients to effectively address the emotional, psychological, social, and spiritual issues, which impact their lives and need to be worked through for a successful recovery.

We teach clinicians, treatment providers and health/recovery coaches how to reduce cravings and recurrent use, and improve the quality of recovery by using amino acid and nutrient therapy, along with diet to effectively address many biochemical aspects of addictive and mood/behavioral disorders.

Certifications in Amino Acid Therapy for Addiction Recovery and Sustained Mental Health​

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Level 1 Core Training

The six-month, Level 1 CORE Training program thoroughly introduces students to the use of amino acids, specific crucial nutrients and diet in addressing symptoms of neurotransmitter depletion, such as depression, anxiety, insomnia, addiction, cravings and relapse.

Watch the Introduction to
Level 1 Core Training Course

Are you ready to take the next step in your journey towards becoming an expert in addiction and mental health nutrition?

Then don’t miss out on our Live Introduction to the LEVEL 1 CORE training! Don’t miss out on the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of those struggling with addiction and mental health challenges.

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Blog, Articles, and Other Scientific Resources

Free Amino Acid Therapy Learning Resources

Check out our latest blog, articles, and other scientific resources today and discover the insights that will help you make a difference in the lives of those struggling with addiction and mental health challenges.

Treatment Programs are Starving Their Client’s Brains

As I delve deeper into the question of how to help people in recovery effectively provide themselves with the core nutrients their brains need both to heal from addiction and to support a robust Recovery Journey, I am appalled by

The Impact of Food and Environmental Allergies on Mental Health

he impact of allergies and intolerances on mental health can be as simple as brain fog and spaciness, but can often be implicated in the experience of more severe mental illness, such as depression, anxiety, and even psychosis.

What is Amino Acid Therapy?

Amino acid therapy is a promising approach to addiction and mental health recovery that focuses on repairing the neurotransmitter system in the brain. Amino acids are the building blocks of proteins, which are essential for the growth and repair of

Amino Acid Therapy for Stress Relief

By Christina Veselak MS, LMFT, CN.  Director, The Academy for Addiction and Mental Health Nutrition In honor of Stress Awareness Month, I would like to explore the roles our four mood-mediating neurotransmitters play in helping us cope with stress, and