All Kinds of News for August 07, 2019
Boise, Idaho: Along Their Way, LLC founder and CEO, Jamie Blume, presented at the National Association of Therapeutic Schools and Programs (NATSAP) in June. “Eat Well Be Well” focused on the way the foods that are eaten affect our mental health. The presentation covered, among other things, nutrients necessary for proper brain health, consequences of a poorly fed brain, and the connection between gut health and brain health. Ms. Blume presented current research to support her claims and also talked about how to implement appropriate nutrition for mental health into wilderness and therapeutic program settings.
Jamie Blume holds a Masters in Nutrition and a degree in Holistic Wellness Coaching. As Jamie explains, “How we nourish ourselves affects our health, specifically our brain health. Simple changes in the way we eat and live can make a huge impact on our mental health, especially depression and anxiety.”
Participants who attended this presentation received information on factors that affect our mental health, including genetics, lifestyle choices, environment, trauma, stress management, food, inflammation, poor gut health, and connections. Jamie Blume explained how the choices one makes in nourishing ourselves can greatly impact how we think, how we feel, and how we behave. Jamie provided the science and research behind the importance of properly feeding the brain and ways to implement these learnings into the lives of the seminar's participants, as well as the clients they serve.
Participants enjoyed an exercise on intuitive eating and had an opportunity for questions. Jamie acknowledges, “Taking steps toward a healthier diet and lifestyle can seem daunting, yet applying learned stepson be quite attainable. And the results can be life-changing.” For questions, or if you are interested in learning more, please contact Jamie Blume at Along Their Way, LLC 303-506-5776, email@example.com
About Along Their Way
Based in Denver, Colorado, Along Their Way, LLC, provides life coaching and mentoring solutions for teens young adults as well as coaching for parents nationwide. Jamie supports clients on their own path to better self-care, self-discovery, and self-acceptance. Sessions can be arranged in person, by phone, or Skype to help navigate the daily challenges, assignments, and expectations of her clients.