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Mental Health

May is Mental Health Month

The World Health Organization views mental health as: “a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.”

Therefore mental health is more than an absence of autism, dementia, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression, or anxiety. Mental health is complex. It can be impacted by personal experiences, the environment, accidents, exercise, personal behavior choices, and nutrition.

Preventing Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s disease is just another chronic disease.  Its cause is not unique.  Chronic diseases are literally body failings both physical and mental.  Nearly all chronic diseases are associated with the foods people eat.  Some chronic diseases are heritable but usually they will not be expressed unless the body is abused.  In nearly all cases the greatest abuse is caused by the food eaten.  Think traditional food: if it killed your parents, it will most likely kill you too -- the same way.

Brain Function is Unequivocally Food Dependent

The food one eats has a tremendous impact their brain's ability to function.  As you will find out in this essay, there are many essential nutrients your brain requires that your body can only obtain from the food you eat.  Essential nutrients are nutrients your body will not make.  Therefore, if you do not eat correctly, your brain will misfire.  How brains misfire varies from person to person.  In this essay you'll learn how our nation's concocted food system is the cause for what many call an "epidemic" of mental illness.