Episode 169: Eating for Anxiety
with Trudy Scott, CN
Symptoms of anxiety are becoming more and more common, so can we address some of these issues through our diet and lifestyle before relying on medications?
Trudy Scott is an expert in the food mood connection and she shares some different ways to look at how the things that we put in our mouths affect our physical and mental health. If we can look at our symptoms of anxiety as an opportunity to be in a respectful dialog with our bodies, we can begin to hone in on the different sources of anxiety, such as low serotonin or low GABA. As Trudy says, we’re really just at the beginning stages of understanding the effects that different substances, like probiotics, have on our bodies, but if we get back to basics with our diet, we can start to unravel our anxieties and find relief.
On Today’s Episode of A Healthy Curiosity:
- How her own anxiety led her down this path
- Why a vegetarian diet was detrimental for her
- What the differences between low serotonin and low GABA anxiety are
- The connection between neurotransmitter deficiencies and gut health
- What the characteristics of pyroluria are
Food Mood Expert Trudy Scott, a certified nutritionist, educates
anxious individuals about nutritional solutions for anxiety. She is
known for her expertise in the use of targeted individual amino acids,
which offer hope and immediate relief from anxiety so other underlying
root causes and dietary changes can be addressed with ease. She also
educates about the nutritional solutions for the social anxiety
condition pyroluria and the harmful effects of benzodiazepines.
Trudy is passionate about sharing the powerful food mood connection
because she experienced the results first-hand, finding complete
resolution of her anxiety and panic attacks.
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