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The Connection Between Diet and Mood; Julia Ross, author of The Diet Cure and The Mood Cure

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Julia Ross on The Nutrition HereticImagine a world where people whistle joyfully while walking down the street. Nutritional psychotherapist Julia Ross remembers those days and is aiming to bring them back with the contrarian information in her books “The Diet Cure” and “The Mood Cure”. In this show, we’ll learn about the connection between mood disorders, cravings, overweight and protein. We’ll also learn the real reasons why deficiencies in any of the 5 brain chemicals you need to be happy result in cravings and compulsive eating. Don't miss this follow-up up conversation with Julia Ross. We discuss what a protein really is, how the body reacts to the sudden intake of 2100 calories, and why the internet is an unreliable source of information unless you know what to look for.

Highlights from today's episode:

4:38 ~ Why people pride themselves on having a mood disorder.

17:00 ~ What a false mood is, and what you can be done about it.

25:00 ~ Which foods cause a speedball effect.

31:04 ~ Why The Biggest Losers' rebound weight gain may benefit you.

32:32 ~ How to get more amino acids.

36:00 ~ The 5 brain chemicals your brain needs to be happy. Grab a copy of Julia's Books and start down the road to breaking free of diets and improve your mood.

If you'd like to learn more about Dr. Delabos and what he's about, here's his book as well.

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Defining Organic; All About Animal Welfare, Regenerative Agriculture, and Rural Economics; Guest Heretic Will Harris of White Oak Pastures

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Will Harris Farm Animal Welfare on the Nutrition Heretic Podcast When Will Harris’s dad started using ammonium nitrate fertilizer on his farm in 1946, he had no idea he was destroying the microscopic flora and fauna on the land that are necessary for maintaining healthy top soil. So after 50 years, he moved to a farming system that is not only organic, but regenerates the soil by emulating nature’s own processes while concentrating on animal welfare and restoring rural economics.

Harris's White Oak Pastures farm pasture raises and hand butchers 5 red meat animal species and 5 poultry species. Using techniques learned from the Savory Network, Harris uses these animals to restore balance to the soil. As a result, his farm is able to withstand drought and heavy rains equally well with no loss in crop production. In today’s episode of the Nutrition Heretic Podcast, we learn about the inaccuracies of labels such as organic and grass-fed as well as how Harris's smart farming methods are helping to restore his 150 year old family farm into a thriving farm for the future.

Thanks for listening! Please share this episode to help spread the word. You can also subscribe to get updates about new episodes and get a copy of The Nutrition Heretic's S#IT List: 7 Health Food To Avoid Like The Plague in your inbox by clicking here.