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Is gluten one of the foods affecting your mood and anxiety levels?
There are many studies supporting the gluten-mood connection – anxiety, social phobia, depression and even schizophrenia. This document covers how to identify gluten-containing foods, what to eat instead, how to test for gluten issues and a gluten sensitivity questionnaire.
Organic foods, Stanford study, pesticides and the brain
We should be concerned about non-organic produce and pesticides despite the recent research published by Stanford. The study states there is no difference between the nutrient values in organic vs non-organic produce. The study also recognizes that pesticides are present in non-organic produce but states that they are possibly nothing to be concerned about. This document documents some of the research around pesticide exposure and how it can affect the brain, cognition, ADHD, and even anxiety and depression. We really do need to be concerned!
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Trudy Scott, Food Mood Expert and Certified Nutritionist
Author, The Antianxiety Food Solution
Trudy Scott is a Food Mood Expert and Nutritionist, speaker and author of The Antianxiety Food Solution: How the Foods You Eat Can Help You Calm Your Anxious Mind, Improve Your Mood & End Cravings (June 2011). Trudy has a thriving nutrition practice, with a focus on Food, Mood and Women’s Health. Trudy educates women about the amazing healing powers of food and nutrients and helps them find natural solutions for anxiety and other mood problems. Trudy lectures extensively, both at live events and via teleseminar. She is immediate past President of the National Association of Nutrition Professionals and is a member of Alliance for Addiction Solutions and Anxiety Disorders Association of America. Trudy publishes an electronic newsletter entitled Food, Mood and Gal Stuff. Trudy’s goal for all her clients: “You can be your healthiest, look your best and feel on-top-of-the-world emotionally!” She lives in Northern California with her wonderful husband and they enjoy windsurfing, mountain-biking and skiing.
“Trudy Scott’s book, The Antianxiety Food Solution, fills an important gap in the popular literature on anxiety. It provides clear, helpful guidelines for utilizing nutrition to overcome anxiety.”
— Edmund Bourne, PhD, author of The Anxiety and Phobia Workbook
“A leader in the field of food and mental health, Trudy Scott supplements the core themes of food and gut health with chapters on amino acids, pyroluria, and lifestyle changes. Trudy aptly emphasizes that readers should try to find the root cause of their health problems.”
— Lawrence E. Cormier, MD, holistic psychiatrist in Denver, CO
If you’ve been searching for an expert in the field of nutrition and anxiety, rest assured, you’ve found her! Trudy Scott is one of Sacramento’s most valuable “Food for Mood” resources. Formerly a team member in Julia Ross’ renowned Recovery Systems in Mill Valley, CA, Trudy has brought her expertise back to our area. Trudy naturally combines her thoughtful and compassionate counseling skills with sharp intelligence and professionalism. Her style of presenting sensitive information is extremely articulate and informative. Trudy is the perfect referral source for my nutrition clients with serious anxiety and mood issues.
— Lisa Bryant, M.A., SLP, ABP, NE – Holistic Nutritionist