When the food is causing our mood…

There is a saying “You are what you eat” but based on the latest research, I would say “Your mood is what you eat”.

Did you know that we can develop false moods, negative emotions, anxiety and depression that are not related to stress or trauma in our lives but instead are a response to what we eat?

I speak with beautiful, educated women every day who feel like their emotions are out of control. Many of them say that they experience mood swings, which come out of the blue and leave them reactive, irritable, sad and guilty every day. It is affecting not only themselves but also their partners, husbands and lovers and people they care about deeply.

The number of cases of depression and anxiety has tripled in the US over the last 10 years.

I feel like doctors give antidepressants out like candy these days.

Antidepressants are the most commonly prescribed medications taken by at least a quarter of the population over the age of six!

BUT the truth is that very often they don’t help or they make the situation even worse.

A study that followed over 7000 participants discovered a 79% increase in risk of depression in people who followed the Standard American Diet.

How interesting that we call it the SAD Diet… this diet is literally making us SAD.

SAD diet + skipping meals + not eating enough + low blood sugar contribute to an epidemic of mood swings, irritability and depression.

I know how this feels from my own years of living on sugar, snacks and carbohydrates, not eating breakfast in the morning and skipping meals during the day…

When I decided to change my diet, I did it for many reasons, what I didn’t know was that one of the first benefits I’d experience would be feeling more joyful, relaxed and balanced.

What a bonus!

NOW I see the same wonderful effects every day working with my beautiful clients.

When we feel balanced, relaxed and joyful it’s not only about us… everyone benefits!

We are fully available for our family and friends, and more present and productive at work…

We feel more graceful, feminine, beautiful and we experience life fully, receiving life’s gifts with pleasure.

Dr. Drew Rosemary who conducted the study on the connection between diet and depression said “It’s time to send patients to Nature’s pharmacy”!

Good nutrition is a low-cost, risk-free prescription for preventing and treating mood disorders and depression. Our brain needs to be nourished the same way as other organs of our body.

I love the results of this study and agree that using Nature’s pharmacy will not just help you have a divine, slim body and vibrant health, but it will also create a beautiful, joyful and more balanced life.  

As Audrey Hepburn said “ Happy girls and the prettiest girls”.

Sending you lots of love,


Renata Orr

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