The “self-improvement” book category makes millions of dollars a year. Why? Because we all want to be the best person that we can be. Often they talk about creating new habits, improving how you think, and how you treat others, including your colleagues, kids, and spouse. However, they neglect to share that the food you consume can actually affect the relationships you have.
In my practice, my patient’s personal images and mental framework are impacted by their food choices. When you consume...Read More »