Check out Dr. Patel's blog on the Gut Brain Axis Diet - everything you need from how to get started on the diet, why it's important, what foods to eat, and which to avoid.
Living Well with ADHD
We know from neuroscience that ADHD is the result of deficiencies and imbalances of specific neurotransmitters in the brain. ADHD can create profound problems with focus, attention, restlessness, follow through, distractions, memory, procrastination, and regulating emotions, etc. With new findings and discoveries, making some lifestyle changes can help manage the symptoms so you can live well with ADHD.
I became a Hypnotherapist after being fascinated with the idea that you can give someone a sugar pill, a saline injection or even perform some fake surgery or give someone a fake treatment, and a certain percentage of those people through their belief that they will be healed will get better with a substance that has zero healing capability. Their body’s automated healing abilities take over and create the exact chemicals within their own physiology equal to the substance that they think they're taking. That is the placebo effect.
So, the big question is, is there a way to tap into the placebo effect and mobilize our inner resources for healing without having to be tricked with fake medicine and procedures?
When the “you know what” really hit the fan, I went to stock up on groceries just like everyone else. While my husband was focused on the shortage of paper goods, I definitely took notice of the fact that the entire baking section was cleared out.
This article is to inspire us to take control of our health as a preventative measure against cancer and for those who are experiencing cancer now, we hope to empower you with some nutrition and lifestyle information you can use now.
Cancer is among the leading causes of death worldwide. In 2012, there were 14 million new cases and 8.2 million cancer-related deaths worldwide. The number of new cancer cases will rise to 22 million within the next two decades. 
Research shows that vegetarians have lower blood pressure, lower cholesterol, and lower instances of diabetes and cancer. They do not simply omit meat from their diets, but instead increase their intake of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and legumes. All of these plant-based foods have many other nutrients that benefit our health such as fiber, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, phytonutrients, etc.
You do not need to go completely vegetarian to reap these benefits. Try to incorporate a few meatless meals per week. You’d be surprised at how easy it actually is! In fact, you may already be eating some vegetarian meals without even realizing it.
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