Entries by Karen Brennan

Mid terms, finals and Exams: 6 Herbs that can help with Focus, Memory and Concentration

Mid Terms and Finals: 6 Herbs that can Support Memory, Learning, Focus and Concentration   While a healthy diet rich in a variety of whole foods and one that supplies plenty of quality fats, protein and carbs from whole foods is ideal for brain health, we all know that is not always the case with our […]

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Depression and suicide: missing link

Depression and Suicide in our teens: What is at the root of the increase in suicides? Sadly, this past week my son lost his second friend in the past 5 years to suicide. What is happening to our kids?  At his age the only funerals I had attended were that of my own grandmother and […]

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My most popular nutrition service is not even on my website yet! See what it is.

Personal Cooking Workshop Services This has become a popular service even before I offered it on my website!   note: this service should be on my site by May 2016                                                         Who it’s for: local clients teens, adults, parents and their children over age 6 (one child per parent unless child is over age 12) friends looking […]

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Modern Wheat and its impact on your health Part II. How much wheat can you safely eat?

Should I give up grains, breads and pasta and all gluten containing products? My professional recommendation is that the majority of people (70-80%) would benefit from giving up all grains even the sprouted versions even if you do not have celiac or gluten sensitivity. Since it contributes to obesity, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, type […]

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