The Brain-Food Checklist
Does your child have an attention disorder, like ADD? Or perhaps you have attention problems of your own? Are you concerned about getting Alzheimers? Do you have a child on the autism spectrum? Did you know that certain nutrients have been proven to help your brain focus and pay attention? Your brain can even generate new neurotransmitters to help your brain cells communicate!
This checklist contains a simple method to ensure that you or your child eats these nutrients every day. I have had much success using this checklist in my practice and now I am offering it online to you with free yearly updates.
How does a checklist work?*
A checklist is a simple yet proven method to help people reach their goals. Each day, place a √ in the box when you (or your child) have eaten at least one of the foods from each category. If you are just starting out, aim for one √ each day. Try to add a √ each day until you √ all the boxes every day. Have fun and good luck!
Laboratory Guide: for PCOS, Infertility, or other Hormonal or Thyroid Imbalance
This laboratory and tracking guide is for women with infertility, PCOS, or other unexplained hormonal or thyroid imbalance. It will explain which labs are crucial for gaining a complete picture of your health status. If you ever felt that your doctor was not fully understanding your symptoms or not testing you thoroughly enough, here is a guide that you can take to your doctors office to discuss further testing. This guide is complete with the lab tests, optimal levels, rationale for testing, and tracking guide. Once you know your labs, it will be easier to target treatment whether it be lifestyle, medication, or nutrition. Labs can then be tracked every few months to see which treatment is working. Congratulations for taking your health into your own hands and good luck on your health quest! 100% Return if you can prove that your doctor already tested for all of these labs prior to your purchase.
The Ultimate Snack Guide
With this handy snack guide, you will never be at a loss for what to snack-on. Snacks are an important part of your nutrition plan; an opportunity to nourish your body with necessary nutrients, fiber, and phytochemicals while preventing binges, cravings, excess insulin production, and low blood sugar "crashes." These snacks help stabilize your blood sugar levels, hormone levels, and energy by supplying a protein or fat with most snack options. Also great for managing Diabetes, PCOS, and Gestational Diabetes!
Birth Plan Template for a Natural Hospital-Based Birth
Provides specific details for labor, delivery, postpartum, and hospital duration. This template helps you decide what kind of labor you want and what to discuss with your partner and doctor/midwife before your labor.
Nutrition Checklists Coming Soon:
Pregnancy Nutrition Checklist Coming soon!
PCOS and Fertility Checklist Coming soon!
Breastfeeding Checklist Coming soon!
Pre-Vaccine Checklist Coming soon!
Picky eating checklist Coming soon!
Cholesterol Reduction Checklist Coming soon!
Anti-inflammatory Checklist Coming soon!
A checklist is a type of informational job aid used to reduce failure by compensating for potential limits of human memory and attention. The checklists provide reminders for daily nutrient needs.
(See Dr. Atul Gwande's site for more information on checklists.)