Welcome to the next in my Nutrition 101 blog series. Previous posts covered the nutrient dense diet, digestion, blood sugar balance, and fatty acids. This post explains why and how you should eat your minerals. We need 7 macrominerals (calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, sodium, potassium, chloride, and sulfur) […]
Month: May 2018
All children experience some anxiety. Anxiety in children is expected and NORMAL throughout different times in childhood. Usually, these tough times will pass. However, your child may need some extra help if his or her anxiety gets in the way of daily living. Maybe he […]
This Guest Blog Post comes from Holly Fisher Higgins, a fellow nutritionist who says that she healed herself of depression and anxiety accidentally when she discovered a healing diet.
Yes, nutrition works to heal mental health imbalances! Because isn’t your brain just a part of your body? When I trained as a psychologist, I was taught to rule out organic (i.e. biological) causes of mental illness before treating with talk therapy. However, we were NOT taught that organic causes include nutrient deficiency and poor nutrition in general. In my practice, I see incredible results with clients using a nutrient dense diet to support mental health.
The idea of food as medicine for mental health problems is so important, and it’s why I want you to know about Holly. I just love what she’s done in her efforts to get the word out. Click here to find out more about Holly, and enjoy this month’s Guest Post on “The Best Diet Depression and Anxiety.”
As a mom and busy professional, I sometimes wonder if I am get anything done. It sounds strange to talk about being busy but not getting anything done. There are many days where I look at my “To Do” list and want to just […]
If you are new to Vietnamese food, you might not know about Pho (pronounced “fuh”). But you should, because it’s so delicious and nutritious too. We Vietnamese were making bone broth before it was cool! Check out this Americanized recipe (adapted from Wellness […]