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Oatmeal Breakfast Sausage

I’m a big fan of oatmeal. Oatmeal is high in fiber, which aids in digestion and acts as a prebiotic for good gut health. Gut health has been linked to mental health. Oatmeal is also a good source of zinc, which has antidepressant properties, reduces anxiety and protects the brain from environmental toxins.

When I heard about the “oatmeal breakfast bootcamp” recipe collection at The Watering Mouth, I was overjoyed to see the unique and fabulous oatmeal recipes. More ways to incorporate oatmeal! This inspired me to share my “secret recipe” for Oatmeal Breakfast Sausage.

Stress Busting B Vitamins!

A deficiency in B vitamins can cause psychiatric disorders like dementia, psychosis, anxiety and depression. Some B vitamins can actually increase the effectiveness of traditional antidepressants.

It’s Pi Day!

This has to be the easiest pie in the world to make and is packed full of mental health nutrients like protein, vitamin D, and B vitamins.

Making Almond Milk

I finally made almond milk and now that I’ve done it, I can’t believe I waited so long! I put off trying it because I thought it would be a big hassle. What made me take the plunge was this video by Kris Carr, “How To Make a Classic Almond Milk”.

Gift Idea? How About a Life-Changing Blender?

Although I am often approached about endorsing various products, I haven’t until now. I want to tell you about the Cleanblend blender. Not because the company asked me to but because I own one and love it!

TUNA SALAD IN COLLARD WRAPS

These wraps are very high in important mental health nutrients including protein, calcium, magnesium, folate, selenium, vitamin C, vitamin B-12, and omega-3 fatty acids!