My most recent blog post explains how a not-so-uncommon genetic variant can increase your risk of several mental and physical health problems, including treatment-resistant depression, heart disease, ADHD, autism, certain … Continue reading →
I’ve posted on the mental health benefits of folate previously. Here’s a quick and easy recipe for a folate rich, delicious breakfast. If you like it, please like and share! … Continue reading →
Don’t underestimate the value of noticing and being thankful for what’s good, and finding the good in the difficult. When we are grateful, we leave little room for resentment, anger, … Continue reading →
Supplements are no panacea, but when judiciously used, the right ones can help alleviate mood symptoms and improve cognition. Click here to read more.
My most recent blog post discussed recent research confirming harmful, and long lasting effects of being labeled “fat.”
There is very thought-provoking data about how changing our posture/stance changes both our body chemistry and our self-concept. In effect, changing your physical stance could change how you empowered you … Continue reading →
You already knew exercise was good for your body, but did you know it can actually change the structure and function of your brain? Click here to view my latest … Continue reading →
For many, the holidays bring as much agony as excitement. My most recent PsychologyToday.com post can help you retain your sense of humor – and sanity.
Giving up smoking may feel like losing an old friend, especially for those who’ve smoked for a long time. Mindfulness practices can help you to manage anxiety and cravings and … Continue reading →
It’s a provocative question, raised by a recently published Norwegian study. What do you think? Click here to read, and please share!