December 3, 2017: Food, Mood and Fermentation

Mary Sheila Gonnella, NC of Occidental Nutrition, talked to us about Food, Mood and Fermentation.  The food we eat (or don’t eat) plays a significant role in our gut health, microbiome, mood, cravings, and metabolic balance. We learned about the interconnectedness of our second brain (our gastrointestinal tract) and how ferments can play a role in balancing metabolism and brain chemistry, including our mood, sleep, and cravings.

Lisa Monroe, Sonoma County WAPF chapter leader, Mary Sheila Gonnella and Karen Hamilton-Roth, Marin County WAPF chapter leader.

 

By Karen and Jay Hamilton-Roth