Grains, Legumes Self help guide. 1.Gradually replace grains with high carbohydrate vegetables to maintain body weight and energy. Read all the Tips
Noticed that your pets or yourselves have improved your health by not eating some type of grain or milk product? Our Grain Facts 2018 blog explains why
Have your ever forgotten where you are going or can’t remember your schedule? How many times have your heard a family member say, “Where are my keys?” or “Where are my books?” How about the friend who constantly says, “I’d love to go, yet I’m exhausted.” How often have you complained of these symptoms and turned to the internet looking for help and advice?
Perplexed – How Best to Help? Everyday I go on Facebook and see cries for help of “What to do” about some aspect as a result of a brain injury, be it TBI or Stroke. Today, I read about a little boy and his mother wrote: “My…
The Other Side of Impossible is a fantastic book that resonates with Dr. Diane’s own life story, as well as that of several of her patients, including Tim Bransfield of A Life Interrupted.
Martha Lindsay of Natural Life Consulting, LLC shares her nutrition education here in this informative list of nutritional information of various foods.
Join Martha Lindsay of Natural Life Consulting, LLC on her Nutrition Lecture Series, where she speaks about the advantages of nutrition for a healthy brain.
When you’re angry about something it’s hard to just “let it go”, and while anger is a normal emotion, learning how to deal with it effectively results in more positive energy and peace of mind.
It’s not something we like to think about, but it is in your best interest to appoint someone you know and trust to become your Health Care Proxy in the event you become incapacitated and cannot speak for yourself. This person will advocate on your behalf to receive the medical care and treatments that you want.
October 1–7, 2017 is Mental Illness Awareness Week. It’s a time to shine a light on mental illness and replace stigma with hope. Each year NAMI leads the way fighting stigma, providing support, educating the public and advocating for equal care.