Your Family Tree Holds the Secret: Look Back to Move Forward

“The doctor of the future will no longer treat the human frame with drugs, but rather will cure and prevent disease with nutrition.” ~ Thomas Edison (1847-1931)


Look in your pantry. Consider the foods and drinks that form your diet. Now ask yourself, “would my furthest ancestor call what I eat food?” It’s hard to imagine that the oldest branch on your family tree would know what to do with twinkies, energy drinks, and grease-soaked fast-food wrappers. They may be quicker to identify the food as a potential poison than potential fuel for your body and brain– and they’d be right. 

If you fill up on the sugar-laden, artificial color-saturated, and low-nutrient foods, your stomach has less capacity and desire for the nutrient-rich foods– the foods that best feed your brain. Simply put: Primarily eat foods your ancestors would recognize and consume the unrecognizable ‘food’ sparingly.

End the Reign of Sugar Shock

Consider the following facts from the US Department of Health and Human Services:

  • Two hundred years ago: The average American ate 2 pounds of sugar a year.
  • In 1970: The average American ate 123 pounds of sugar per year.



Prepare for Impact: The Mental Health Tsunami Crests

Improving your diet and adding the right nutritional supplement improves your mental health. It isn’t an opinion; this is a fact. As Anne Wigmore said, “the food you eat can be the safest form of medicine or the slowest form of poison.”

Processed Food, COVID-19, & the Trouble They Brew

The most significant mental health tsunami of all time arrives. Two waves primed for destruction and fatalities of the highest degree crests:

  • Wave One: “More than half of the food intake in North America is now drawn from the lowest level: ultra-processed ‘food.’ In other words,



What do honeybees know that we don’t? Brain Food Matters.

Ask any doctor, and they’ll tell you that their medical school favored a pharmaceutical dialogue when it came to conversations on mental health concerns, not nutrition. And as you know, what you’re taught matters. 

Current Treatments Aren’t Decreasing Mental Health Cases

Like an infomercial salesperson selling a two-for-the-price-of-one deal with the classic “Wait; there’s more!” line, the pharmaceutical companies bombard today’s world with promises of a quick-fix to many ailments. Then, in the few remaining seconds of the advertisement, a fast auctioneer-like voice lists the intense side effects of the drug.



You Don’t Have More Stress; You Have Less Resiliency

Today’s world includes different stressors than that of yesteryears but not more. 

Life is not more stressful than those who survived a world when wars drafted sons, telephones didn’t leave home, and a trip to the bathroom meant a dark, cold walk to the outhouse that may or may not be housing a raccoon for the night. What is different is the modern world’s response to stress. 

If pharmaceuticals worked, mental health cases wouldn’t rise

The number of mental health issues–



THE BETTER BRAIN Leads to a Better You

Pharmaceutical Companies Do Not Want You to Read This

Doctors and pharmaceutical companies risk losing an obscene amount of cash if you read and follow THE BETTER BRAIN. Lucky for you, Drs. Bonnie J. Kaplan and Julia J. Rucklidge, leading scientists in the nutrition and mental health arenas, stand tall in their resolve to expose the undeniable link between mental health and nutrition.

Your Struggle Ends Now

When you read THE BETTER BRAIN, you discover how nutrients can treat mental health issues.


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Buddy the Elf: Positivity Beacon & Holiday Blues Deterrent

Summon your positive energy and display your most festive holiday cheer because December 18th is Answer the Telephone Like Buddy the Elf Day. The movie Elf follows the life of Buddy, a human raised by elves, who believes the human spirit is more powerful than the sharpness of people’s tongues and jaded hearts. He’s an unsuspecting hero in a time when money and status rule, creating a domino effect that changes lives for the better and hearts forever.

Mental Health Issues & … Continued


Food & You: An Ironclad Arranged Marriage, So Make It Work

Food is one of the most significant relationships in your life. It begins as a biological necessity and quickly morphs into a relationship that directly correlates to your physical, mental, and emotional well-being.

You can walk away from a toxic person.
You can walk away from drugs.
You can walk away from dangerous situations.
But you cannot completely walk away from food.

You will one day leave the home in which you were born.
You did not always live with your partner.



COVID-19 Survivors Struggle Long After Their Isolation Ends

In May 2020, The Washington Post foreshadowed the following: Three months into the coronavirus pandemic, the country is on the verge of another health crisis, with daily doses of death, isolation, and fear generating widespread psychological trauma. 

Fast-forward approximately six months to November 2020, and an article entitled 20 Percent of Patients Who Recover from COVID Are Diagnosed with Mental Illness Within 90 Days appears. 

Mental Health Issues & COVID-19 

The Great Pandemic of 2020 is quickly becoming The Virus that Dictated 2021–



Your Mental Health’s Plea: Drop the Capes of Shame

Glennon Doyle, previously known as Glennon Doyle Melton, is a #1 New York Times bestselling author and founder of the well-known She is a recovering bulimic, alcoholic, and drug user. She discusses shame, life, and the bruises and epiphanies that lead us toward realizations and decisions. While I was listening to a presentation of hers from 2013, the opening statement left an impression on my heart:

“When I was eight-years-old, I started to feel exposed, and I started to feel very awkward.



Mental Health, Domestic Violence, & COVID: A Tumultuous Trio

“Women who have experienced domestic violence or abuse are at a significantly higher risk of experiencing a range of mental health conditions including post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression, anxiety, substance abuse, and thoughts of suicide.” This reality is why the exit door of a domestic abuse situation isn’t the end of the healing process; it’s the start. 

Domestic abuse survivors include both men and women, and Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) is another phrase used to refer to harm– physical, sexual, or psychological–