Diets

Those with SPD are frequently the most complicated clients/patients to treat. Our GI issues are multiple and therefore we need more then 1 set of healthy protocols to be at our best. And in some cases, just to survive.

Dietary needs are very bio-individual. Especially, for this group of people.

Although Diets are created to help people with sp. dietary/lifestyle needs. Most health coaches, wellness coaches, and sometimes even Functional Medicine Practitioner’s often specialize in a niche of clients/patients who don’t have numerous dietary needs caused buy more then a few disturbing symptoms.  To master caring for a specific type of patient they need specific protocols that are superb for each separate set of root causes.  Also, this makes a novice (non professional) have an easier time digesting and executing their sp. dietary needs if they don’t have numerous root causes.

So these are the reasons every/ if not many common diets. Don’t incorporate multiple sp. diets. Or have at times.  Cross over criteria between 2/ more of them.

 

 

The Big Short

A few months ago I watched The Big Short in movie theaters.  It’s about the housing crises in the mid 2000’s and   it shares real stories. But, with very good explanations so many can understand it.  It’s an important film for adults to see. However, there were a couple brief parts in the movie that could trigger sensory reactions visually/in an auditory fashion.  So, I recommend if you see it, to do so, where you can control the sound. And are comfortable in a home like environment to minimize sensory reactions.

 

You can learn more about the movie here.