Update on Depression, new confirming information from the Institute of Functional Medicine

    DEPRESSION The emerging field of nutritional psychiatry suggests a relationship       between diet quality and mental health and considers the use of dietary and nutraceutical interventions to address mental disorders and to        potentially improve patient outcomes. For example, conclusions based largely on cross-sectional and longitudinal studies suggest that routine consumption of a Western-type highly       … Continue reading Update on Depression, new confirming information from the Institute of Functional Medicine

Food Quality Matters- make your own food for your infant

Excerpt from my second book Feeling Good Living Low Toxin about how to feed infants real food and avoid that so many (53%) of our children have chronic illness.  This book has won 7 awards and my first book that goes more in depth about the toxins is also available at this link,  It Feels … Continue reading Food Quality Matters- make your own food for your infant

Food Quality Matters Especially for Your Child

  Published in Mom's Choice Magazine  March 5, 2021 With the new shortage on Baby Formula, I am republishing both this article and my information on how to make baby formula from my second book Feeling Good Living Low Toxin that is available on Amazon.  I am concerned that 53% of our children have a … Continue reading Food Quality Matters Especially for Your Child

Food and Mood, An Article Published in Brainz Magazine May 5, 2022

I am a top 500 contributor for Brainz Magazine, an international digital publication.  This article published this morning  to be an complementary piece to go with my 5 podcasts on depression.  If you would like to read the article in Brainz. https://www.brainzmagazine.com/post/food-and-mood       We are having a health crisis in the United States. … Continue reading Food and Mood, An Article Published in Brainz Magazine May 5, 2022