Healthy Neurotransmitters

21 Apr

This week we had a teleseminar or neurotransmitters. We talked about Cravings, appetite, compulsive eating – PLUS so much more! We mentioned several items and wanted to share them here, too.

“Miraculous things can happen when someone achieves proper neurotransmitter balance. It’s like a light switch, and when the switch flips, a whole new reality emerges. Cravings disappear, “I have to” becomes “I choose to, or choose not to”; memory, focus and concentration improve; people get control of their lives back.” Says Dr. Chad Oler of the Natural Path health Center

Dr. Chad has worked with brain chemistry imbalances for over a decade and has helped thousands of clients all over the world. He is a world renowned expert in the clinical application of amino acid therapy and receives referrals from doctors and clinics all over the globe.

“Imbalances in neurotransmitters are often the reason that people feel out of control, whether that means they have insatiable cravings or appetite; food, alcohol or drug addictions; indecision; mood disorders; obsessive thoughts or behaviors; and even chronic pain.” Says Dr. Oler

Will power is no match for brain chemistry imbalances. You cannot stop yourself if you have a brain chemistry imbalance. The key is to figure out what the body needs and supply those things every day.

Many people wanted to know where to find more 3rd party research and you can find research that was done by an MD here:

The Natural Path Health Center has research and information on their website that is helpful:

We mentioned foods that can increase or decrease your neurotransmitters. Here is a salad that is FULL of the good stuff!

The ‘Neuro’ Salad


1 clove of garlic minced

1 teaspoon of fresh garlic grated

1 Tablespoon of flax seed oil

2 Tablespoons of white balsamic vinegar

Pinch of sea salt

Add all the items into a jar with a tight fitting lid. Shake and pour over your salad.


3 – 4 oz of Salmon (from a pouch or a can is fine – wild caught)

1/8 of an avocado

2 green onions thinly sliced

1 cup chopped broccoli

1 – 2 cups of mixed, leafy greens (a variety is best)

10 chopped almonds

Chop, toss and enjoy!

If you would like to find out more about cravings, appetite and compulsive eating – contact us! or 608.274.7044 x 12

If you would like a re-broadcast of the teleseminar – let us know and we can send that to you.


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