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Month: July 2019

Don’t Overdo Summer Fruit

While refreshing and delicious, summer fruit should be consumed in moderation. Find out why. With rising temperatures, it’s tempting to take a daily dip in a bowl of fruit salad. We often reach for thirst-quenching watermelon, succulent strawberries, juicy peaches, refreshing kiwi and other fruit favorites. While fresh fruit, of course, has many nutrients, it …

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Nutrition Care for Gut Issues

Do you suffer from bloating or constipation? Perhaps you’ve been diagnosed with Crohn’s disease or colitis. Find out how nutrition could help your gut issue. Nutrition Care for Gut Issues Many people come to my practice either because they have an excess of gases or they are having a presentation of constipation and diarrhea. Many …

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Get To Know Chen

As a Board-Certified Functional Nutritionist, Chen is passionate about providing nutritional support to help clients live healthy lives. At her practice in Silicon Valley, she has clients coming from states such as Ohio, Colorado, and Arizona and other countries including India and Israel. In addition to her certification, she also possesses a master’s in psychology. …

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Fight Anxiety with Your Fork

Nutrition affects anxiety in both direct and indirect ways. Low blood glucose can be an anxiety trigger, so crash diets and prolonged periods without food may make anxiety worse. Sugary foods, caffeine, and alcohol can also trigger or exacerbate anxiety. People struggling with anxiety may wish to cut back on these ingredients or eliminate them …

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Better Diet, Better Mental Health

Mental disorders, particularly depression, account for the highest burden of global disability. Half of mental illnesses first manifest prior to 14 years of age and childhood disorders are linked to a range of long-term deleterious social, criminal and economic outcomes in adulthood. Despite an increase in the recognition and treatment of depression and anxiety, new …

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