This course will help participants to understand how eating plays a role in long and short term recovery. Understanding how the food we eat helps the body to recover is a powerful tool in harm reduction.
The healthy eating course was put to the test by two groups of veterans who had long-term drug and alcohol problems and were not impressed by the concept of seeds and anything green. They changed their minds after six weeks and made long-term changes to their diets as a result.
What foods are good for the liver and what should be avoided
How to incorporate healthy eating into everyday cooking and shopping
The long-term impact of eating well and the consequences of eating processed food on the body
This 16-page booklet, aimed at young people, covers amphetamine and includes sections on: what it is brief history of use effects dangers the law top 10 safety tips what the young characters think of amphetamine where to find more information and get help if needed Part of the 'Stuff on..'…