What we choose to consume determines our future, our health, the health of our children and relationships. Doesn’t everyone want to live a vibrant life?
Recently I have been having many conversations about food security, and what I find even more important is the nutrition density of the food we consume… How do we know?
Some of you may have known that last year my brain quit working. I went through some incredible stress that caused my cortisol levels to plummet and therefore my ability to cope, stay awake and remember things, was lost. This lasted for about 3 months. I went to the doctors, took a number of blood tests, and although all of my blood levels seemed ok, aside from my Liver Chi being low, I was recommended to watch this TedX talk, “Minding my Mitochondria.” Now, I am learning all new ways to feed my brain, my body and my soul. When was the last time you ate seaweed? Do you fill your day with greens? I am still working on this stuffy, but I strongly believe that we can prevent dis-ease if we eat what matters.
This was me taking the first break from months of mental stress… getting lost to find yourself is something I recommend to everyone.
Take a look at what this experienced woman has to say about your brain:
What do you do to feed your brain?