How to avoid the winter blues and depression with the foods you eat. In today’s video I talk about what foods to avoid and which ones to be eating more of to have a better, more stable mood.
In today’s video I go over what my daily diet is like and how things have changed since before I was pregnant.
I’ve received quite a few emails from people asking me about Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and bloating, and what to take out their diet. I’ve also received quite a few questions about Food Combining and why it isn’t helping people with IBS. Today I go over what else someone can try and do with their diet to heal their digestive system and get rid of the symptoms that come with irritable bowel syndrome and get it under control.
Last week I did a video showing how to make Coconut Palm Sugar Syrup and since then I’ve received a few emails requesting I do a video about the different sweeteners I use and recommend. I have to say in general, the less sugar and sweeteners we use, the better, but I know in reality many people crave treats and sweets and therefore if your going to have something sweet, you are much better off eating something of quality as opposed to something that has zero nutritional benefits and is actually completely detrimental to your health. In today’s video I talk about what I use and recommend as well as what I would completely stay away from.
The other day someone posted a question about fruit, asking if they were eating too much fruit and how would they know? This person said they are eating 10-15 fruits a day, which in my book is a lot! Doing a day or two of eating all fruit as a cleanse is fine, it’s short-term, but when someone goes on a long-term diet of exclusively eating fruit (like a fruitarian diet), or a very high fruit diet, over time they will probably run into some health issues. So in today’s video I talk about this, I also go over some of the symptoms of having too much fruit in the diet, give some recommendations and guidelines as to how much fruit is optimal, plus offer some suggestions for substitutes and alternatives. It’s all about finding a healthy balance!! 🙂