In this episode, we sit down with Harvard-trained psychiatrist and chef, Dr. Uma Naidoo, to discuss the direct connection between the foods we eat and how we feel both mentally and physically. Her nutrition-first approach when it comes to psychology and treating her patients advocates for us all to re-evaluate our lifestyle and nutrition choices and understand the impacts they have on our body. Her new book, This is Your Brain on Food, breaks down how food not only impacts our mental health, but can be used as a tool to combat a variety of health issues such as: depression, anxiety, OCD and more. Dr. Uma’s work advocates for us all to realize the importance of eating and living intuitively to ensure we’re providing our bodies with the correct inputs to look and feel our best.Throughout this episode, we discuss some actionable steps we can all take to evaluate our wellbeing and how to achieve a sense of balance when it comes to our lifestyle and nutrition choices.
This October 29th, from 2:30-3:30pm EST, join Danielle and Gabby Bernstein, NYT-bestselling author and motivational speaker, for an intimate discussion on standing in your feminine power during pregnancy, postpartum, and motherhood.To sign up to attend this free virtual event, please go to: https://sakarasessions.eventbrite.com. If you’re able, please donate to Every Mother Counts. This is a non-profit that is dedicated to serving the needs of pregnant and postpartum women all over the world and ensuring that all women have equitable maternal care. To learn more and donate, please visit https://everymothercounts.org.
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