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Graduate Author: Danielle Brooks

Apr 21, 2017 | Graduate Authors | 0 comments

danielle-brooks-150x150.jpgDanielle is a Nutritional Therapist, Clinical Herbalist, and founder of Redmond Nutritional Therapy, Lake Washington Massage Therapy, and Good Decisions Inc.  She is also a freelance writer with an entrepreneurial spirit who has worked in the health care field for over two decades.  Danielle is a member of The American Herbalists Guild, Nutritional Therapy Association, and the Association of Washington Business. Danielle’s approach to diet combines nutritional science and the psychology of food and reminds us that looking at our psychological relationship to food is as important as the food itself.  She utilizes many tools to help her clients self govern effectively around food and emphasizes that food should be enjoyed, not something we feel guilty about.  She practices nutrition currently in Seattle Washington. She works with a variety of conditions from digestive issues and blood sugar imbalances, to food sensitivities and toxicity. Weight loss and the psychology of food are her passion and by far what she works with the most. Danielle is a member of The American Herbalists Guild, Nutritional Therapy Association, and the Association of Washington Business. In her free time Danielle enjoys spending time online with the Good Decisions community sharing what she learns and developing delicious, healthy new recipes. You can find her blogging at https://gooddecisions.com/. You can also connect with her on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/gooddecisionsmostofthetime. Her favorite splurges are chocolate cake and red wine, and bacon cheeseburgers and beer.


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Good Decisions…Most of the Time is not just another diet or nutrition book. It’s an adventure into the foundations of nutrition and the inner workings of your body, where even the smallest change can bring about a dramatic shift in how you look and feel. If you have a vision of your best self, but have not been able to turn that vision into a reality, this book will give you the tools and information you need to achieve that vision. From the psychology of food to nutritional nuggets, Good Decisions will guide you down your own hallway of life, increase your ability to self-govern effectively around food, and teach you how to be in tune with your body and what it needs. The health of your body reflects the health of your mind and spirit, so isn’t it time to make a change? Isn’t it time to shine as you gain strength and confidence in your ability to make Good Decisions…Most of the Time?


The foundations of nutrition
  • How to deal with powerful emotions and food cravings
  • Which foods increase mental clarity and which foods dull the mind
  • How to eat to increase energy and vitality
  • Which foods pack on the weight and which ones help you shed it
  • Which foods decrease sex drive and which foods support it
  • How hormonal imbalances affect sleep, energy, and mood, and how you can use food to bring hormones back into balance.
And much, much more!  

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