Melanie Beasley, Caroline Hudson, Darlene Cavas discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition


Welcome to dishing up nutrition with licensed, nutritionists and dietitians from nutritional weight and wellness. We explained the connection between what you eat and how you feel. Stay tuned for practical realize solutions for healthier living through real food nutrition down. You got to make it last. Attrition. And I thank you for listening to us today. You know, I'm Darlene Cavas, and many people would say that you're very seasoned nutritionist. I've been working with clients for over forty years. I've been reading research for over forty years in attending nutritional conferences for over forty years. And I still believe nutrition is the key to being healthy. It sure is you know, we all know it's not a secret that what we put in our mollahs affect our health. Honestly, even as nutritious. We don't always want to believe that message. But in reality, we know it is true. So joining us this morning as one of our co host is Caroline Hudson. She's a very experienced registered dietitian, and she even won't tell you. How many years? I know it's over thirty years. So she's also set to many weekend. Weekends listening to speakers talk about how food affects our health. Yes. I have. Thank you. Good morning to our listeners. In fact, both darn I just spent last weekend listening to a number of absolutely wonderful speakers talk about how nutrition affects our heart health, our immune system, our hormones, our weight, our energy and our digestion. So today, we really want to share some of our knowledge, and our thoughts about how what we eat affects the physical health of our mind. Isn't that interesting thing about that for a moment, what we eat actually affects the physical health of our mind if and that's an interesting thought, an interesting topic, you know, until very recently when people talked about the mind. They were just referring to our thoughts, and our feelings and even since before fried fried, you know, and actually my first degree was in psychology. So this kind of his right up. Your alley says, you know, psychologists and therapists, simply head us focused on life events on on honor traumas and on all the feelings and emotions we experienced in the past. We've talked a lot about the past their PM today. We want to talk about the physical health of your mind, which means looking more in depth at the brain. This may be a new way of looking at depression or anxiety. We're considering the physical health of the mind. So the question we might ask how healthy is your brain? Yep. But before we delve into our discussion, I have the pleasure of introducing to our listeners a new voice on dishing up nutrition joining. Us today is Melanie Beasley who is another experience. Registered and licensed dietitian. Okay. No, not Melanie. How many years has it? At least thirty. Running. Jason. I'm not admitting how many past thirty. But Melanie has worked with a variety of clients in many different that setting so welcome Melanie, thank you. So it's great to have you here. So I wonder if you would mind sharing with us a little about your work experience with all of our listeners and also about some of your own health struggles. Because I know that our clients really wanna hear that we not only talk the story of nutrition. But we also personally walk the talk by living it, right? That is the truth. That's the tooth. Good morning. Caroline. And Dr I'm I'm pretty excited to be here. This is a new experience for me. I'm always up for a new adventure. We'll see how this rolls out. If you got me back, but we will. We will. I have a long standing history in nutrition. I worked as a prison dietitian if my job. Yes. How much to my mother's just made. I served in the military is Dave dietitian. I've worked with hospitals. Clinics addiction centers taught for many classes. So it's it's always been my passion. It became more of my passion, when I had my own personal health crisis in two thousand and five you know, I

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