Monday, October 7, 2013

Eating Away Depression

While unhealthy eating might not be the main cause of depression, it can certainly make things worse. Thankfully, the opposite is true as well. Healthy eating may not be the total cure for depression, but it can make a huge impact on how you feel physically any mentally.

With that said, the newest page to is all because of my beautiful sister, Rachel. She's been researching the topic for weeks, reading plenty books and articles, so that we can help heal our minds through food. The page is called Eating Away Depression so check it out and show Rachel some love by sharing the page, leaving a  positive comment, or checking out her blog:

Here are some other websites and books that have been rocking my food world:

-The author of the site, Vani, does a great job of investigating what's really in some of the standard foods many Americans eat. It blows my mind on some of the additives found in common food that is illegal in other countries. She's really doing some great work in her efforts to get companies to put out better food, or be more honest with their labeling. It's not just about food we know has crap in it like Gatorade or candy, but also things like Lean Cuisine or Subway.

Kris Carr: Her book Crazy Sexy Diet and her website:
-She's in her 40's and looks like she's in her 20s.... need I say more?

Kitchen Cures by Peggy Kotsopoulos
-Tells how to eliminate food cravings, boost energy, and get younger by eating foods that heal.

Food is meant to make us feel good, not cause heart disease, obesity, cancer, diabetes, etc.. Please, take the time to learn what you're putting in your body. If there's an ingredient on a package that you don't know, look it up. Your body will show you some love for it.

Sending my love to all!

Run Wild, Run Healthy,


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