Your brain is made of food, making your food choices so important to brain health. More and more, the latest research is showing the link between dietary intake and conditions like depression. The smallest choices each day can make a real difference in improving mental and emotional well-being, stabilizing your moods, and improving your focus. It begins with avoiding the processed and fried foods that are primary players in the Modern American Diet (MAD) and stocking up on foods rich in omega 3s fatty acids, magnesium, and other vitamins and nutrients found in the Farmacy.

There are a lot of opinions out there, and even more agendas, but this section is about truth: what science has taught us about the brain, and how we can apply that science to leading our happiest, healthiest lives.

You can find links to some great resources for eating locally, farm-sourced foods here.

For more information on psychological and psychiatric education, research and treatment, these resources will be very helpful.


Psychiatrist Dr. Drew Ramsey discusses how poor diets and a lack of nutrients have harmed our brains, causing anxiety and depression, and why a client who visits him now for problems with her love life might just leave his office with a bunch of kale.



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