Delia McCabe, Lighter Brighter You

Delia McCabe

Delia turned her back on conventional talking therapy, after completing her Masters in Psychology. She had discovered that what you eat affects your brain function directly, and that until the brain is properly nourished no amount of talking will get it working optimally. Since then she's immersed herself in the fascinating world of nutrition and the brain and offers a focused and insightful approach - based on solid science - into how specific foods can improve your mood, concentration, memory and learning ability as well as help you stay calm and happy in our busy, stressful world, regardless of your age! People who have listened to Delia speak describe her talks as ‘extremely engaging, enlightening, fascinating, and motivational!'

Delia’s knowledge about the brains requirements for
optimal well being, and her passion for sharing the science in easy-to-understand and practical ways makes her a speaker that keeps her audience enthralled from start to finish.

Apart from speaking nationally on her topic and presenting workshops,  Delia is presently completing her PhD, specifically focused on the effect that nutrients have on the stress levels of women, and her book ‘Feed Your Brain - 7 Steps to a Lighter, Brighter You!’ will be available in Australia mid year. 

Delia engages people by explaining complex science in simple terms, to illustrate the importance of taking care of our brain with specific nutrients. 

Feeding your brain for improved mood, memory, learning and concentration, as well as managing food cravings to reduce excess weight. 

Feeding your child's developing brain to enable their genetic potential for success

Feeding the stressed brain in a super busy and complex world, so as to improve the brains capacity to relax and rejuvenate.

Work with Delia...

Delia loves to work with and educate the following...

Business owners who are committed to their staff’s mental well being, and who understand that lack of motivation and enthusiasm, depression and anxiety reduce staff effectiveness and increase off-days, which over time, reduce company profitability;

Professionals who understand that their mental performance needs to stay super-high to ensure they keep their edge in an increasingly competitive marketplace;

Educators, such as school principles and teachers who are aware of the rising rates of mental ill health and psychological challenges among our youth, who would like to give their students an edge to improve their school marks and general mental wellbeing;

Parents who are concerned about their children’s psychological health and well being, and who are looking for guidance on how to introduce brain-nourishing meals to their families.

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