Diabetes, Depression and Your Thanksgiving Day Meal

Diabetes-Depression-Thanksgiving-SamiGNovember is Diabetes Awareness Month, and with Thanksgiving right around the corner, many of you may dread this time of year because you’re concerned about eating the wrong foods for your unique chemistry.

In the past I always started out with good intentions, but soon found I was tempted to overindulge, which created even more anxiety and depression for me in an already stressful time of year.
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Bio-Nutrient Therapy: An Evidence-Based Model for Autism Recovery

Bio-NutrientTherapy-SamiG“Once you bring life into the world, you must protect it. We protect it by changing the world.” Elie Wiesel

We live in challenging times, especially when it comes to the health of our children.

When I was little, I suffered terribly from severe anxiety and depression. The treatment for me back then was Prozac. It helped for a while, but over time, the side-effects made me feel worse. Then, at seventeen, I tried Zoloft and it made me so hyper I couldn’t sleep at night.

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Super Easy Anti-Inflammatory Rice Milk

RiceMilk-SamiGHere’s an interesting conversation I have all the time with clients that goes something like this:

Client: “I see you’ve added white basmati rice to my protocol, isn’t white rice ‘bad’ for you?”

Me: “Actually, no, white rice is very anti-inflammatory and depending on the strain, a low GI food when cooked properly and prepared within the right meal context.”

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Methylation: Are you eating right for your biotype?

Methylation-Diet-Tips-SamiGI’m so glad July is almost over. It’s been a crazy month with a lot of questions about the role plant-based diets play in methylation cycle synthesis.

In our world today, knowing what and how to eat can feel like a daunting task. And the plethora of dietary theories and dogma only serve to create more confusion and health problems.

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