Dr. Andra Brosh welcomes invitations to speaking, interviews, and opportunities for conversation and collaboration.

Psyche & Salt values and supports community engagement around issues related to food justice, food production transparency, mental health stigma, and women’s rights.

Dr. Brosh is always eager to learn about and support young purveyors and local non-profits dedicated to changing the world of health. Whether it's a workshop, cooking class, product or event, Dr. Brosh would be happy to provide support and space.

The following are examples presentations Dr. Brosh has given:

Nourishing Neurons: Culinary medicine for brain health
Alzheimer’s Association, Santa Barbara

Learning objectives:

  • Uncover the essential nutrients needed for optimal brain health

  • Learn to improve mood and cognition with whole foods

  • Explore the connection between your gut and your brain

  • Understand how common digestive conditions can alter mood, cognition and behavior.

  • Get the truth about healthy fats and why they're essential for the brain

  • Ascertain the critical role of sleep in brain health, and what sleep promoting foods to eat

  • Confirm why stress contributes to cognitive decline, and how to mitigate it

  • Receive easy recipes incorporating foods that promote brain health

Mind Body and Soil: Unraveling the myths of healthy eating
Village Workspaces, Los Angeles

Learning objectives:

  • Learn the important role of protein, fats and carbohydrates in your health

  • Understand common food allergies, and ways to prevent or manage them

  • Adjust your diet to reduce inflammation and digestive issues related to dis-ease

  • Mitigate stress using natural foods and remedies

  • Better balance your metabolism and blood sugar through dietary changes

  • Raise your consciousness about the perils of the Standard American Diet

  • Impact food injustice by becoming a savvy consumer

  • Get tips on how to source food that's better for your health and the planet

Your Second Brain: Connecting digestion and mood
La Maida Institute, Los Angeles, CA