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Title: Good Food can Change Everything


1
Good Food can Change Everything
  • Sarah
    Keller-Boyd, MPH, CPSS
  • Certified
    Holistic Health Coach - Nutrition

2
The Maze
Run A-ways
Thera-pists
Music
Preachers
Lost Jobs
Hospitals
Marriages
Psychia-trists
Family
Relapses
Divorce
Auto Acci-dents
NAMI
Herbs
-25
Mental Illness
F A I T H
Journal-ing
Poetry
Friends
Medications
Well-ness
Nutri-tion
Education
3
Do you consider yourself healthy?
  • Good weight
  • Good energy level
  • Good mental clarity
  • Happy most of the time

4
What is holistic health?
  • Treating the body as a whole, all systems and
    parts working in unison.
  • Nourish the body, strengthen its immune system,
    protect it from foreign toxins so it can heal
    itself.




5
The body is very intelligent!
  • A complex system of ever changing moving
    parts
  • Each part has its job and is naturally
    capable of doing it well
  • Our bodies designed to be healthy!

6
Do you feel Guilty Because the diet didnt
work?
  • Atkins Paleo
  • Jenny Craig Radical Cleanses
  • Juice Fasting South Beach
  • Miracle Drinks Weight Watchers
  • Vegan/Vegetarian

7
Bio-Individuality
  • Why diets dont work We are all different.
  • Contributing factors to ones nutritional
    needs
  • Age Health History
  • Ancestry Location
  • Blood Type Medications
  • Gender Occupation
  • Stress Level

8
Eat real food
Food that grows, or comes from something that
grows!
9
Avoid artificial ingredients
  • 3000 approved by FDA, only a tiny fraction
    tested
  • Many made synthetically from coal, tar and
    petroleum
  • Increase risk of migraines, allergies,
    cancer and ADD.

10
Eat good fats
  • Omega 3 fatty acids are necessary for MANY
    things
  • Hormones building blocks
  • Assist in absorption of vitamins A,D, E, K
  • Prevent nervous system disorders
  • Alleviate symptoms of depression
  • Boost immune system
  • Anti-inflammatory

 
11
Omega 3 Fatty Acids Contd.
  • Keep skin youthful and supple
  • Stabilize blood sugar to help burn fat
  • Needed for fetal brain development

12
Monounsaturated Fats - MUFA
  • Found in a variety of foods and oils.
  • Improve cholesterol levels
  • Decrease heart disease
  • Benefits insulin levels and blood sugar
    control

13
Polyunsaturated Fat - PUFA
  • Found in plant based foods and oils
  • Improve blood cholesterol level
  • Help reduce risk of Type 2 diabetes

14
Omega-3 Fatty Acids
  • Found in some fatty fish
  • Decrease coronary heart disease
  • May protect against irregular heart
    beats and lower blood pressure levels

15
Sources of Good Fats
  • MUFA PUFA olive oils, safflower oil, peanut
    oil, corn oil
  • Omega 3 salmon, tuna, trout, mackerel,
    sardines, herring
  • Plant sources Omega 3 ground flaxseed,
    canola oil, soybean oil, walnut, butternuts,
    sunflower seeds

16
Avoid bad fats
  • BAD fats (artificial) trans fat, hydrogenated
    oil, partially hydrogenated oil
  • Created to replace taste and texture without
    calories
  • Provide no nutritional value
  • Prevent nutritional absorption
  • Often lead to overeating
  • Raise LDL cholesterol and lower HDL
    cholesterol
  • Body cannot process artificial fats
  • 90 packaged food in conventional grocery
    stores contains hydrogenated or
    partially hydrogenated oil
  •  

Lancet Medical Journal 2001
2011 study by Perdue University artificial fats
confuse the body and actually lead to weight
gain.
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Unhealthy Fats
  • Saturated
  • Trans Fat
  • Animal sources such as red meat, poultry, full
    fat products.
  • Raise total blood cholesterol and low density
    lipoprotein (LDL)
  • Risk of Type 2 diabetes
  • Small amounts in some foods.
  • Made from partial hydrogenated oils.
  • PHTF can increase unhealthy LDL cholesterol and
    lower HDL cholesterol
  • Found in beef fat, pork fat, butter, shortening
    and stick margarine.

18
GMOs Genetically Modified Organisms
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Should We Eat GMOs Contd.
  • GMOs or genetically modified organisms are plants
    or animals created through genetic engineering
  • U. S. is largest producer of genetically modified
    crops.
  • 60-70 of processed foods on U. S. shelves have
    GM ingredients.

20
GMOs Contd.
  • Only 52 of Americans realize GM foods are sold
    in grocery stores.
  • U. S. Government says GMOs are safe to eat.
  • European Union say organics are healthier.

21
Eat nutrient-dense food
http//www.drfuhrman.com
22
Why buy Organic?
Organic food tastes better. Fruits/Vegetables
No pesticides, fertilizers with synthetic
ingredients, no irradation treatment, seeds and
transplants chemical free, fertilizer is
natural. Animal products Free of antibiotics,
growth hormones, GMO feed and other drugs.

23
Dirty Dozen and Clean 15?
Foodnews.org
24
Sugar Sugar Sugar Sugar
  • OUR BRAINS
  • LOVE SUGAR

25
Facts About Sugar
  • Average American today eats 156 lbs. annually
  • Recommended 6 tsp. women 9 tsp men daily
    Average 22 tsp. daily for all Americans
    (WHO)
  • Today, Americans consume almost 500 more soft
    drinks since 1940s (USDA study published 1999)
  • Sugar is not a food, it is a chemical and some
    say it is as addictive as heroin and current
    studies indicate it is more addictive then
    cocaine.
    (Holistic Help Hidden Dangers of Sugar
    Addiction)

26
Excess Sugar Consumption Linked to
  • Dangerous levels of LDL cholesterol (bad types)
  • Increased plaque deposits in arteries
  • Breast and colon cancer
  • HFCS linked to heart disease and stroke

27
Sugar and Inflammation
  • Sugar consumption triggers chemical reactions in
    body that promote chronic inflammation.
  • In the long term, inflammation disrupts normal
    functioning of immune system and wreaks havoc on
    your brain.

28
Continued Use of Sugar Decreases Insulin
Production
  • Elevated blood sugar levels can cause mental
    confusion.
  • Low insulin has been linked to juvenile criminal
    behavior.
  • Erratic emotional outbreaks follow a sugar binge.

29
How the Body Tries to Deal with Sugar
  • Excess sugar stored in liver as glycogen
  • Fatty acids formed
  • Excess fatty acids go to vital organs heart,
    kidneys

30
How the Body Tries to Deal with Sugar Continued
  • With excess sugars, heart and kidneys slow down.
  • Entire body affected by impaired functioning of
    heart and kidneys.

31
Sugar and Mental Shortfalls
32
DEPRESSION
  • Symptoms of mood disorders accentuated by high
    blood sugar.
  • Heavy sugar consumption increases risk of
    depression and worse outcomes in individuals with
    schizophrenia.

33
ADDICTION
  • Sugar floods the brain with dopamine, changing
    the function of the brain over time.
  • Excess sugar activates same reward centers as
    cocaine among people with addictive eating
    habits.

34
ANXIETY
  • SAD worsens anxiety symptoms and impairs body
    ability to cope with stress.
  • Sugar can produce symptoms that can be
    interpreted as signs of a panic attack.
  • Sugar high/crash can cause shaking and tension,
    worsening anxiety.

35
LEARNING AND MEMORY
  • May compromise cognitive abilities such as
    learning and memory.
  • Damages communications between brain cells.

36
LINK BETWEEN SUGAR AND MENTAL ILLNESS
  • Increased inflammation in the body.
  • Disrupts immune system functioning.
  • Research on sugar and mental illness has lead to
    professionals recommending sugar-free diets to
    patients.

37
Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor (BDNF)
  • Growth Hormone in the Brain

38
BDNF
  • Responsible for new brain tissue

  • Needed for learning, growth and normal brain
    functioning.

  • High sugar diets decrease BDNF

39
BDNF Continued
  • Low BDNF associated with depression, suicide,
    OCD, Alzheimers Disease, other dementia.
  • Huntingtons Disease and schizophrenia.

40
Schizophrenia and BDNF
  • Refined sugar consumption suppresses BDNF
  • Refined sugar also causes increased inflam-mation
    in the body.
  • BDNF and chronic inflammation linked to higher
    risk of depression and schizophrenia.

41
  • DO YOU WANT A CHANGE?

42
ARE YOU READY FOR A CHANGE?
  • GOOD FOOD CAN CHANGE EVERYTHING

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References
  • American Medical Network
  • Care 2
  • Empowering Health
  • Everyday Health
  • Institute for Integrative Nutrition
  • Natural News
  • Organic Trade Association
  • Psychology Today
  • USDA

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WHOLESOME NU WAYS Healthy Foods 4 Healthy
Living Sarah Keller-Boyd, MPH, CPSS 6771 Old
Mocksville Road Salisbury, NC 28144 Telephone
704-636-2780 Email sarahboydhealthcoach_at_gmail.co
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  • Looking good
  • Feeling good
  • Living good
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