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- Anxiety and Nutrition – Part 2: Are There Foods I Can Eat to Help My Anxiety?
- Anxiety and Nutrition – Part 1: Can I Help My Anxiety by Avoiding Certain Foods?
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- ADHD and Diet: Nutritional Assessment for help with ADHD Symptoms
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Anxiety and Nutrition – Part 2: Are There Foods I Can Eat to Help My Anxiety? In an earlier article, we covered foods to avoid if you have been diagnosed with anxiety. While anxiety is not caused by foods we eat or do not eat, symptoms can be influenced by good and bad nutrition. Anxiety [...]
Anxiety and Nutrition – Part 1: Can I Help My Anxiety by Avoiding Certain Foods? There is definitely a link between anxiety and nutrition! Anxiety is certainly not caused by poor nutrition, but new studies indicate that some of the symptoms may be alleviated, at least to an extent, through good nutrition and by avoiding certain [...]
ADHD and Diet: Nutritional Assessment for help with ADHD Symptoms When brain function is out of balance, it is common to experience the symptoms of ADHD. Genetics are also a likely culprit, but the person’s environment, including the food they eat, may also play a role in aggravating symptoms. There is a direct link between [...]
Brain Food: The Benefits of Walnuts Although they may look like half a brain, as a brain food, the benefits of walnuts affect the entire organ! A natural food that is helpful in fighting cholesterol and heart disease, walnuts have also been found to help with cognitive functioning. Can Diet Affect Brain Function? Read Article [...]
Can Diet Affect Brain Function? Yes! Think of your brain as the engine that controls the human body. The food you eat is the fuel or energy this engine needs to run. When we eat and drink foods that are not healthy for us, it is equivalent to putting dirty fuel in the engine. [...]
Brain Fuel: Carbohydrates and the Brain There is a direct link between carbohydrates and the brain. We need carbohydrates; they act as brain fuel! Glucose forms in the body with the breakdown of carbohydrates. The brain needs glucose to perform properly, as it is the only sugar that feeds it. To function effectively, your brain [...]
Blueberries Benefit the Brain! Simply google, “the benefits of blueberries,” and you will find that whether fresh or frozen, blueberries benefit the brain! It is the flavonoids in blueberries that activate an enzyme which increases the flow of blood and oxygen to the brain. These flavonoids are found in other berries, as well, including strawberries [...]
Improve Mood with Omega-3 Omega-3 Deficiency: Omega-3 fatty acids make up a family of fats that help protect from heart disease and cancer, inflammation and joint pain, increased blood pressure, and a host of other health issues. This vital mineral is also imperative for healthy brain function to ward off mental disorders and stabilize emotions. [...]
Food and Depression: You Are What You Eat! Depression strikes individuals in America and across the globe! Recent studies in China, Australia, and Spain on the effects of food and depression all unwaveringly support the fact that what we eat has a significant impact on our mood! Is there any relationship between dietary patterns and [...]
Mexican-Flavored Quinoa and Black Beans Quinoa is a complete protein, which means that it contains all the amino acids necessary for our nutritional needs. Complete proteins are rare in the plant world, making quinoa an excellent food for vegetarians and vegans, or for anyone looking for healthy protein source. It’s also high in iron and [...]