Brandi Rae Blouch INHC

Author of: "From Ups and Downs to Middle Ground", Surviving Bipolar Co-Author of “Ignition”, Answering Your Calling (Amazon India Best-Seller)

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Brandi was diagnosed with bipolar disorder at the age of 30. She struggled for 10 years to reach a life with managed stability. Through these years, she knew there had to be an easier way to maneuver the constant ups and downs of her illness. She found her way when she started to do nutritional research at the Institute of Integrative Nutrition and realized the healing power of food. This holistic approach towards her illness empowered her and those whom she serves today and manage bipolar disorder.

Brandi is the best-selling author of “From Ups and Downs to Middle Ground”, Surviving Bipolar. In this book, she intertwined real life stories with helpful tips on how to survive the trepidations of bipolar disorder.

Brandi has a B.S. in Psychology with minor in Rehab. Counseling. She is also certified as an Integrative Nutritional Health Coach. Brandi believes that no two people are the same, nor do they take the same journey through life.

She is a supportive mentor and wellness authority who works to help others feel their best. She provides a safe environment where you can share your struggles and be assisted to have a healthy relationship with yourself and the world around you.

Book Sale of “From Ups and Downs to Middle Ground, Surviving bipolar

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Contact Brandi & Nourish your sweet spot @ (860) 513-2065


Nourish Your Sweet Spot” (6 weeks) One on One $599.00 (value $1200.00) One zoom/skype call for weekly check-in Individualized Wellness Plan Includes Nutritional Counseling Goal Setting Accountability Supplement Recommendations (if applicable)

Executive Nourish Your Sweet Spot” (12 weeks) One on One $1200.00 (value $ 2500.00) “Over Haul” Individualized Wellness Plan One zoom/skype weekly check-in Includes Goal Setting (health & wellness) Nutritional Counseling Meal Planning Look at your “numbers” Physical Exercise Recommendations Accountability Supplement Recommendations (if applicable)

Nourish Your Sweet Spot Mental Wellness Plan” (4 weeks) One on One $800.00 (value $1500.00) One zoom/skype weekly call (more if necessary) (This program is for those dealing with a mental illness, family & significant others) Includes Wellness Counseling Nutritional Counseling Mind-Set Counseling Weekly Goal Setting Accountability Trigger Awareness Physical Exercise Recommendations Questions for doctor appointments Self-Care Goal Setting Journaling

Top 15 Brain Foods 1.Avocados - This fruit is one of the healthiest ones you can eat. It is full of healthy fats and keeps sugar levels steady. They can help prevent blood clots in the brain and improve cognitive function including memory and concentration. They have the highest protein and lowest sugar content of any fruit.

2.Oily Fish - Main sources are salmon, trout, mackerel, herring, and sardines. Your brain needs the essential fatty acids found in these fish since they are not produced in the body. The most effective Omega-3”s occurred naturally in oily fish in the form of EPA and DHA. These fats are important for brain health and function. Receiving sufficient amounts of these fats help manage stress and aid in the production of serotonin, a good mood brain chemical.

3.Blueberries- are studied and suggest that they improve and reduce short term memory loss. The darker the better. They contain anthocyanins which fight free radicals and can offer anti-inflammatories, anti-viral, and anti-cancer benefits.

4. Tomatoes - They contain lycopene, which is a powerful anti-oxidant, and fights free-radicals.

5. Vitamin B Rich Foods - chicken, eggs, leafy greens are high in vitamin b. These vitamins help you to have lasting energy, and great for nerve health.

6.Broccoli- is a great source if vitamin K which is known to enhance cognitive function and improve brain-power. This gives you the biggest bang for your buck in regards to nutrients.

7.Pumpkin seeds- They are high in zinc which is vital for enhancing memory and thinking skills. They are high in magnesium and helps reduce stress.

8.Beets- This root vegetable is the most nutritious plant that you can eat. They are full of antioxidants that clean the blood of toxins and are protective against cancer. They increase blood flow to the brain aiding in performance.

9.Bone Broth- this is the ultimate food for healing the gut and in turn healing the brain. It reduces and prevents intestinal inflammation, helps keep the immune system working properly and help to improve memory.


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What goes up, must come down.


"Our food should be our medicine,

              and our medicine should be our food"