Adolescence diet shapes the brain

                              The adolescent years are a very critical time for brain maturation, including how well we’ll cope with stress later in life. The lifestyle decisions made during adolescence — as what we eat —can make a big difference in our ability to overcome every day challenges. Healthy food habits are  important at any age, but it’s especially important during adolescence. Post-traumatic stress[…]

Eating sour and risk taking

                            The battle with Hashimoto’s leads many capable, devoted and talented people to withdraw from their jobs, hobbies, and community activities. As a consequence of the disease itself and by often not being understood by medical professionals, family and friends, being alone, many Hashimoto’s withdraw, isolate themselves and start to doubt their capabilities and feel insecure to do the things they love[…]

Highly sensitive person, sensory processing sensitivity are associated with type 1 diabetes

                          Highly Sensitive Person is a scientific term. The scientific term is ‘sensory-processing sensitivity’. Sensory processing sensitivity (SPS) is a recently proposed construct that refers to a genetically influenced tendency to more strongly and deeply process a variety of information including the arts, caffeine, other peoples’ moods, hunger, and pain. Highly Sensitive Persons are born that way. These processing differences are genetically based,[…]

Emotions and hormones

                          Emotions and hormones go hand in hand. I would like to share with you a technique developed by HeartMath institute called Cut-Thru. The heart has its own independent nervous system, with at least 40 thousand neurons, called heart brain.  When heart thythms are more coherent, neural and biochemical events occur which affects every organ in the human body. Heart feelings affect bith[…]

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