There is a lot of research that points to diet and behavior, specifically with kids and ADHD. I've had many people ask how I approach kid's learning, ADHD, dyslexia with diet and lifestyle changes. Below is a rough outline on what I look at to help people struggling with focus and concentration issues.
Which kind of healthy sugar should you stock in your pantry? Choose wisely and your baking will be better for you!
Have the slower, colder winter months got you feeling sluggish…a little pudgy…as if there’s stuff that you need to clear out of your system? If so, you’ve come to the right place because after you follow this seven-day plan for eating nothing but nourishing, unprocessed whole foods your insides will do a dance of joy. Oh, yeah!
This is a great article from the National Association of Nutrition Professionals. I trust their work, and would like to share this article with you. "Should We Be Counting Calories?" looks at the calorie in/calorie out argument for weight loss. Through new research, it debunks that this approach alone is the key to longlasting weight loss.
Is drinking coffee a healthy habit? The answer is a mixed bag!
Being sick stinks! But just because the temps are cooling off that doesn’t mean it has to happen to you…
Diet and lifestyle changes can make a big impact in a child’s life that has ADHD. Research shows that diet is an alternative to pharmaceuticals without the side-effects.
One of my favorite quotes to live by…
Eating healthy foods are as easy as choosing with intention. Making small changes can add up to a much healthier diet overall.