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  Table of Content Segment 1 §



Your Story


Intention and Goal Setting


Cultivate Awareness


Overview of Depression, Anxiety and Mood Swings


How to Recognize Personal Risk Factors


A Word of Caution - when to seek professional help

Segment 2 •

Causes of Emotional Imbalance

Nutritionally Related Triggers

6 Simple Ways to Use Nutrition to Regulate Mood

Herbs and Mood Regulation

Hormonal Balance for Women

Stress Management

Your Program and Services

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  Nutritionally Related Triggers

There are 3 specific nutritionally related triggers that I want to discuss today – hypoglycemia, food intolerance and neurotransmitter dysfunction. #1 Hypoglycemia The first trigger is hypoglycemia – low blood sugar level. Hypoglycemia occurs when: •

Your body's sugar (glucose) is used up too quickly

Glucose is released into the bloodstream too slowly

Too much insulin is released into the bloodstream

Although it is most common in people with diabetes, it can happen for healthy people from time to time as well, especially when there is big fluctuation in blood sugar level, or if a person hasn’t eaten for a long period of time. Skipping meals, not eating enough during meal, genetic tendency for low blood sugar and not compensated by adding extra meals or snacks can all contribute to hypoglycemia. Here are some symptoms of hypoglycemia: •

Double vision or blurry vision

Fast or pounding heartbeat

Feeling cranky or acting aggressive

Feeling nervous



Shaking or trembling

Sleeping trouble


Tingling or numbness of the skin

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  6 Simple Ways To Use Nutrition To Regulate Mood

Now we have talked about the definition, the risk factors and the triggers for mood issues, I want to share with you 6 simple ways to use nutrition to regulate mood. #1. Eat Regularly This will keep your blood sugar level steady, preventing mood issues caused by hypoglycemia. Some people are ok with 3 meals a day, but most can benefit from eating smaller meals and adding some snacks in between. Just like your main meal, your snack should be low in glycemic load. Start with whole grain and non-starchy vegetables, add some protein and good fats and you will have a snack that will keep you steady and happy. Some ideas include: whole grain or sprouted bread with nut butter, apple with nut butter, carrots and celery with hummus. #2. Don’t Skimp on Carbs Carbohydrates have long been demonized, but your body needs carbs to produce serotonin—a feel-good brain chemical that elevates mood, suppresses appetite, and provides a calming effect. However, not all carbohydrates are created equal. Only complex carbs—high in fiber and packed with whole grains—have positive effect on mood, whereas simple carbs such as candy, cake, cookies, and other sugary choices, bring you down. Need a quick mood boost? Try an all-carb snack, like a couple cups of airpopped popcorn or half a whole-grain English muffin. #3. Get Enough Omega-3 Fatty Acids Omega-3s found in fatty fish like salmon, mackerel, and sardines—improve both memory and mood. Most experts recommend at least two servings of fatty fish

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  What About “That Time Of the Month”?

For us ladies, staying emotionally balanced is always more difficult during “that time of the month”. The hormone fluctuations that we experience during our periods can be particularly challenging for some. Vitamin B6, zinc, magnesium and GLA have been shown to alleviate PMS. In some cases, hormonal changes disturb blood sugar control, cause sugar and caffeine cravings, and bring on symptoms of tiredness and irritation. In this case, eliminating sugar and stimulants from the diet, as well as eating complex carbohydrates and fruits in small quantities and often, can often help relieve the symptoms. If these dietary changes cannot help completely resolve the issue, you may then want to see if your PMS is caused by estrogen-dominance or a relative lack of progesterone. This condition may be brought on by prolonged use of birth control pills, and will need testing and correcting by a qualified health professional.

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