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Food, Nutrition, and Recipes

You Are What You Eat -

The following links are for articles explaining how food and nutrition affect our brain, bodies, mood, and coping.

Note: I have continuing education training on this subject, and I am happy to further discuss these concepts in session, as well as provide additional information on how to eat in a way that supports a happy and healthy mind and body.

Mood and Leaky Gut

Nutritional psychiatry: Your brain on food

Food and Your Mood: Nutrition and Mental Health

Whole-Body Psychiatry: Nutrition for Mental Health

Preventing Alzheimer’s Disease May Be Easier Than You Think

Foods to Avoid - Refined Carbs

The Effects of Antioxidants on Mental Health

Free radicals, antioxidants and functional foods: Impact on human health

American Academy of Pediatrics Says Some Common Food Additives May Pose Health Risks to Children

Recipes for healthy meals

Buddha Bowls are easy to prepare, delicious, and good for you! They typically contain a grain or starch (rice, quinoa, sweet potatoes, etc.), a protein (tofu, chickpeas, or beans), and an assortment of vegetables, both raw and cooked.

30 Best Buddha Bowls

How to Make a Buddha Bowl + 20 Filling Recipe

Vegetables are a great source of nutrients and antioxidants, however, many people do not know how to cook and prepare them. Below are several tasty suggestions.

How to Cook 20 Vegetables

Try These 10 Methods for Cooking Flavorful Vegetables

How To Roast Any Vegetable

More delicious and healthy recipes

29 Recipes That Prove Clean Eating Can Be Easy and Delicious

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