Unaltered Non-Gmo ‘Plant protein’- Omnivore Diet Reverse Symptoms of Depression & Improve Emotional Health of the CNS, Prefrontal Brain & Immune System~Cancer & Corona Virus!

How Researchers Are Implementing Food To Treat Depression And Other Chronic Diseases by RAEANN LEAL

Ah, comfort Factory Food. Who doesn’t have a love/hate relationship with it? 

Some days, we find ourselves craving 

the “perfect storm” of fries, pizza, and ice cream 

Can the food (DEAD vs LIVE) ~ We eat have a drastic impact on our emotional health? 

More specifically – Can a ‘plant protein’-based, Omnivore  ‘Brain Health’ Fat Pasture-raised animal (Non-GMO) diet reverse symptoms of depression and improve emotional health?

Also shown was that an unhealthy diet high in GMO, Heat altered (Pasteurization, Roasting of raw nuts & seeds, Industrial Farmed meat(  Fed GMO alfalfa, soy & corn) ~ &  Factory processed – refined foods ~

Excess milling removes up to 50% of the germ (Omega 3) & fiber ~ ‘DOUBLING’THE AMOUNT OF CARBS

Increased risk for ‘NOT ONLY DEPRESSION. but MOST NEUROLOGICAL diseases, diabetes, obesity & homelessness diseases as well. 

There are more & more other studies revolving around this topic that support this research.



 ~ Research on Depression & Mental Illness 

~ Caused by GMO Factory Farm Processing! Removing-Diluting the Plant Protein for the CNS – Prefrontal Brain! There are more & more other studies revolving around this topic that support this research ~


‘Nutritional psychiatry’ is a recent development in the medical world ~

Understanding the effects that ‘Diet’ has on MENTAL HEALTH is incredibly important now~ because there are so many chronic diseases that have become more prevalent since after WW11 ushering in the Fast & Convenient GMO & Altered natural (processed) foods in Abusive Factory Farms. For the sake of ‘SHELF LIFE’ ~ – Not necessarily for THE QUALITY of our lives~

The Food and Mood Center was created by Dr. Jacka as a

The Center for Studies of the Effect of Diet & the ‘Influence Mental Health’~

Because of the studies that have been addressed ~ The American Psychiatric Association has begun to include presentations on ‘Nutritional Psychiatry’ at their annual conferences ~ Even though diet is not the only factor influencing “mental health’~

READ MORE – On Prevention & Reversal of Mental Illness –


Researchers have found another way to & TREAT DEPRESSION ~by Reversal & Prevention ~ the Recommendation was eating an Unaltered (not Over-heated or Over-milled) ‘plant-(protein)-based diet.

But not ‘just vegetables’~ Vegetables have a “LOW PROTEIN” content ~

Our Society may NEED AN UPGRADE TO ‘PASTURE-RAISED’ & Non-FACTORY FARMED – FED GMO, CORTISOL FROM LIVING IN FACTORY BARNES with concrete floors. roofs & unsanitary handling of animal waste – No Sunshine or Omega 3 from pasture grazing ~

Here are 10 of the best foods that are high zinc.

  1. Pasture-raised Meat. Eggs & Raw Dairy -Meat is an excellent source of zinc (4). …
  2. Shellfish – not farmed & fed GMO sources of zinc. …
  3. Soaked Legumes. Legumes like chickpeas, lentils & soaked – rinsed BEANS ~ all contain substantial amounts of zinc.
  5. Raw-Soaked Raw Nuts ~Not Roasted UNCLEAN MODERN FACTORY PROCESS – ALLERGY CAUSING (especially Peanuts – Plant Protein powerhouse)
  6. Pasture-Raised Raw Dairy PRICE WESTON               https://www.westonaprice.org health-topics/?gclid=Cj0KCQjww_f2BRC-ARIsAP3zarE2PRd4GPAdor0aBzc4ONvLx2WR9_p2BjoScUjkCJK5padK_QoyWC0aAmEMEALw_wcB
  7. Non-GMO Fed PASTURE-RAISED Eggs. ~ (No GMO Corn, Soy or Alfalfa)
  8. Whole Ancient Grains with 7 grams of Plant protein (not over-milled)~ Gluten -Free (Quinoa, Amaranth, buckwheat Groats & Oat Goats)Â Â Farro, Brown Rice, Wild rice, Barley – Gluten & Lectins removed by SOAKING or Pressure Cooking – Drained & rinsed ~

Read More~ Nutritional psychiatry

“Nutritional psychiatry” is a recent development in the medical world, but it’s a rapidly growing research field. 

Understanding the effects that diet has on ‘mental health’ is incredibly important – especially now – because there are so many chronic diseases that have become more prevalent since after WW11 ushering in the Fast & Convenient GMO & Altered natural (processed) foods ~ For the sake of ‘SHELF LIFE”

Not necessarily for THE QUALITY of our lives…

The Food and Mood Center was created by Dr. Jacka at the ‘Center for Studies of the Effect of  Diet & the  Influence’Mental health. 

Because of the “new” studies that have been addressed, the American Psychiatric Association has begun to include presentations on “Nutritional Psychiatry” at their annual conferences. 

Even though diet isn’t the only factor influencing mental health ~ Researchers have found another way to prevent and treat depression-

 the Recommendation was eating a Non-GMO unaltered -plant-based diet ~ But not just vegetables (low protein content)

Modern Grains (& their processing)

like soy, refined wheat, corn, oats, refined rice are heavily processed – GMO now 

& cost less the most popular on the market –  But the lectins (in the peel-meant to deter predators  & vital Gluten -also magnified to a level making them “NOT FIT FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION’

But Ancient Grains are making a comeback:

Most are low or no gluten …


– if not “refined carbs will take the place of protein – making them disease-causing~ 

When it is  simple to “mill” at home  with a high-speed smoothie blender or a Vitamix or less than 300.00 Wonder-Mill ~ Amazon

Powerful Electric Grain Mill Grinder for Home and Professional Use – High-Speed Electric Flour Mill Grinder for Healthy Grains and Gluten-Free Flours – Electric Grain Grinder Mill by Wondermill


Modern Day Money Changers milling up to 50% of the Germ & Fiber … Filling in with carbs or starch (not a nutrient) …

1. Polenta

Polenta made from whole grain Non-GMO corn also supplies good amounts of iron, thiamin, zinc, phosphorous, and magnesium. Serve up polenta baked, boiled, or grilled as a main or side dish.

2. Bulgur

A single serving of amaranth has up to seven percent of vitamin C, 42 percent of iron, and 16 percent of calcium needs for the day. Cook amaranth in water or chicken stock with vegetables for dinner. It’s nutty, malty taste also makes it a perfect choice for breakfast when blended with raw nuts, dried Non-GMO fruit, and raw milk.

4. Farro

Farro, also referred to as emmer, is a wheat grain that was one of the first domesticated crops in the Fertile Crescent thousands of years ago and was used in Egyptian bread making. Farro is high in fiber (5 g per serving) and protein (6 g per serving) and provides 20 percent of your daily needs for niacin and 15 percent of your daily needs for magnesium and zinc. 

5. Spelt 

Spelt is an ancient grain that was commonly eaten in medieval times. While it’s part of the wheat family, people with wheat intolerances are often able to eat spelt. A single serving of spelt is high is in fiber (5 g) and protein (6 g), and provides 14 percent of the daily recommended value of magnesium and zinc, and 25 percent of iron. 

6. Wheat Berries

A wheat berry is the entire wheat kernel, including the bran, endosperm, and germ, meaning it is a whole grain. Overall, wheat berries are high in fiber and protein and contain a variety of nutrients including vitamin E, calcium, B vitamins, folate, and potassium. Eat wheat berries in place of pasta, rice, and other grains, or use them in salads and side dishes. 

They’re also a great alternative to oatmeal when blended with fresh fruit and raw nuts.

7. Buckwheat

Buckwheat groats, also called kasha, are hulled grains from the buckwheat plant often found in Eastern Europe and Russia. Buckwheat is low in fat and offers eight percent of the daily value of niacin, six percent for vitamin B6, four percent for riboflavin and thiamin, 21 percent for magnesium, 12 percent for copper and phosphorous, and 7 percent for iron and zinc. It also contains all essential amino acids, making it a complete protein which helps with muscle-building. Add cooked buckwheat to salads, use it as a side dish, or add fruit and honey for a healthy oatmeal alternative.

8. Millet

Millet is a small, whole grain food that is a staple grain in many Asian and African countries. Whole grains like millet have been associated with protection against cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, and some types of cancer, and millet has also been shown to decrease the incidence of stomach ulcers. A cup of millet has just 207 calories, 6 g of protein, and 2 g of fiber. It’s also cholesterol-free and only has 3 mg of sodium per serving. 

Millet is also gluten-free.

9. Kamut

A form of grain grown in many cultures and is believed to have first been grown in Egypt or Asia, Kamut is two to three times the size of common wheat and has 20-40 percent more protein and 65 percent more amino acids. Kamut is also high in essential fatty acids, which can help lower bad LDL-cholesterol and raise good HDL-cholesterol. It’s a particularly good source for thiamin, niacin, folate, riboflavin, vitamin B6, vitamin E, phosphorus, magnesium, zinc, and complex carbohydrates. 

Similar to dried beans, Kamut needs to soak for several hours before cooking. 

Once cooked, use it to replace low protein rice in side dishes or use Kamut powder for baking.

Also replace – Highly Carb-dense ~ All purpose-less Flour & all products made from it have up to 50% more “sugar-like)~pasta, pizza crust, Flatzza Sprouted Grain wraps (often GMO corn & wheat) & conventional bread (2 grams of Plant Protein)..

10. Quinoa

Found in the Andes Mountains of Bolivia, Chile, and Peru, quinoa means “mother grain” in Inca. Quinoa is a complete protein, meaning it has all nine essential amino acids, which have been shown to boost immunity, improve muscle quality, and regulate hormone production. It’s also a great source of high-quality protein (8 g per serving), fiber, and riboflavin, thiamin, and niacin, which help your body metabolize energy. Quinoa provides 20 percent of the iron and phosphorus that you require every day, along with 9 percent of potassium and 2 percent of calcium. A versatile, delicious grain, quinoa can easily substitute for rice and couscous in recipes or serve it with fresh veggies.

11. Barley

Barley is a rich, bulky grain originally from Ethiopia and Southwest Asia. A nutrient-dense food, barley is high in fiber, B vitamins, iron, copper, manganese & selenium. This blend of nutrients has been linked to increased immunity and a more efficient metabolism. Barley is also low in calories and not as starchy as pasta and rice.

Grind the whole barley grain to flour to make bread, muffins, and cookies, stir-fry it with Non-GMO (peeled) vegetables or blend it stews and soups.

About The Author

Amanda Carlson-Phillips – Amanda Carlson-Phillips is the vice president of nutrition and research at EXOS. As a registered dietitian, she has provided educational seminars and individual counseling to a variety of professional and elite sports organizations.

A ‘plant protein” (Non-GMO based diet promotes good physical health…

Mood-Boosting Breakfast Blast Ok (Plant Protein & Greens disguised )


  • ¼ cup blueberries
  • 1 banana
  • Chopped leafy greens (Bok Choy, Swiss Chard, kohlrabi, etc)
  • Handful  walnuts or any  Raw-Roasted nuts & seeds become Allergens…
  • ½ cup oats or farro (plant protein Ancient Grain)
  • 1 ½ cups unsweetened almond milk
  • (or find a farmer who pastures (no GMO feed) & sells raw milk Instructions
  • Honey – Be generous!
  • Add all ingredients to your blender and blend for 30 seconds, or until smooth.
  • Enjoy!

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The food you eat directly affects your brain

Unaltered Non-GMO ~ Food is the best medicine. 

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