I’m always surprised when I hear a news report about the importance of nutrition in its relation to our health and wellbeing. Surprised, because isn’t that stating the bloody obvious?
However, there are still some folks out there who aren’t getting the message. Why? Because there’s a lot of very powerful folks that don’t want you to. They’d rather you spent all your cash eating manufactured gunk and taking a myriad of pharmaceuticals to deal with the after effects.
Don’t worry, there are some people fighting back and one of them is Tina Gibbons (no disclaimer required – we’re not related ). Tina set up The Mind Sanctuary as a source of inspiration and information to both sufferers of mental illness and mental health professionals alike.
Tina decided to put together a new feature for The Mind Sanctuary called The Good Mood Food Project and I was delighted to participate. The aim? To work with a list of ingredients Tina has researched which are known to affect mental health and create some easy recipes.
Episode 1 of The Good Mood Food Project is live, and I’ve enjoyed working another couple which we have in the pipeline for you. I’ll be putting together more in the next few weeks, so be sure to subscribe to updates to make sure you don’t miss out – and for more top tips on creating good mental health.
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