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Relax-V the UKs New Herbal Remedy to Relieve Sudden Anxiety and Panic Attacks at 30,000 Feet


Nottingham, UK (PRWEB UK) 7 November 2014

Incredibly there are 12 million people in the UK who have a fear of flying, or flying phobia; that’s a staggering 20% of the UK population and a headache for the aviation industry. Fear of flying sufferers are acutely aware that even short haul flights can be a hellish ordeal to get through; from checking in, going through security, waiting to board, even approaching the airport can be terrifying. For Louise Murphy, Director of EJM Beauty Ltd it was just that. From an early age, Louise had a fear of flying. She knows only too well, as an international business woman that her phobia has significantly affected her daily business life.

“Working with international customers, I have to get on a plane and attend meetings,” she says. “I‘ve tried everything. You name it, I’ve tried it, including two rounds of hypnosis! But two years ago I came across Relax-V. As I’d tried everything else, I thought ‘what have I got to lose’. On approaching the airport when I felt the sudden rise of panic and anxiety, I took one tablet. After just a few minutes, I felt a sense of calm that I’ve never felt before. To keep my nerves, I took another two tablets at security and one before the plane took off. The state of anxiety and panic I normally felt, listening out for the noise of the engine, terrified it might stop, never actually materialised! For the first time ever, I was able to read my book and visit the ladies. I nearly hugged the air hostess leaving the plane! Relax-V has changed my life. I can now look forward to family holidays and attend business meetings, knowing that I am less stressed at the airport and, more importantly, I am relaxed and focused for the day ahead.”

Following the successful launch of Relax-V to the Republic of Ireland pharmacy market, Tower Health is excited to announce a partnership with EJM Beauty Ltd to launch Relax-V here in the UK. Tower Health has been a market leader since 1999, supplying natural health and beauty products. This ideal partnership increases Tower Health’s ever expanding portfolio of natural health brands.

So, how is Relax-V different to other remedies in the market? Firstly it is 100% natural, with no added preservatives or colourings and is alcohol free. Relax-V contains the active ingredient Isovaleric Acid, which has sedative-like properties, and helps to promote a sense of inner calm and relaxation during key stress, panic and anxiety situations. The science bit… Relax-V is a tablet, placed under the tongue with 70% of the tablet dissolved in around 3 minutes. Once dissolved, the Isovaleric Acid has an affinity for GABA Receptor Cells. The stronger the affinity the higher the potency, which in turn delivers a longer lasting effect.

Tower Health’s in-house Superintendent Pharmacist Ruman Sharma says “The use of alternative medicine has long been established as a treatment option for those patients for whom conventional treatments are either unsuitable, based on medical background or by preference. Relax-V can play a role in helping and supporting anxious individuals to restore their inner calm during those stressful or fearful moments in life.”

Relax-V is available to buy online on the Tower Health website priced at only £12.95 for a pack of 20 tablets.

Established in 1999, Tower Health is one of the leading natural health and online pharmacies in the UK. In the spring of 2014 a dedicated online pharmacy department was launched to offer both natural and pharmaceutical brands to an ever growing and aging population in the UK health market.

For additional information on Relax-V or Tower Health visit http://www.tower-health.co.uk. For all press enquiries please contact PR & Marketing Manager, Rebecca Leivers on 01159 778377.







Food Mood Expert Trudy Scott: The Right Food Can End Anxiety in the Same Way it Can Reduce Obesity.

Folsom, California (PRWEB) November 04, 2014

A recent paper in BMC Psychiatry titled “Lessons from obesity prevention for the prevention of mental disorders” proposes that common mental disorders like anxiety and depression “should be considered as a form of non-communicable disease,” like obesity “preventable through the modification of lifestyle behaviors, particularly diet” and exercise (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25204469). One of the authors of the above study, Dr. Felice Jacka, a well-known food and mood researcher, co-authored another 2014 paper (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25060574) that stated: “the clear message is that in the midst of a looming global epidemic” of mental health disorders, “we ignore nutrition at our peril.”

Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the US and affect over 40 million adults. The incidence is increasing in both adults and children. Trudy Scott, author of “The Antianxiety Food Solution” states “there is so much we can do to slow this increase. Food and nutrients provide a very powerful approach that can dramatically reduce and very often completely eliminate anxiety.”

Trudy interviews internationally-renowned experts and thought-leaders on the Anxiety Summit, addressing nutritional solutions for eliminating anxiety and providing the research and practical tools. With a lineup that features nutritionists, integrative psychiatrists, a non-GMO advocate, mental health practitioners and holistic health practitioners, topics include: the sugar impact, gluten’s inflammatory effect on the brain, psychoneuroimmunology, fermented foods and the microbiome, exercise, and the mood benefits of eating fish, eggs and grass-fed red meat.

Featured speaker JJ Virgin, Celebrity Nutrition & Fitness Expert, author “The Virgin Diet” and the new “Sugar Impact Diet”, shares that stress and anxiety “make you crave more sugar” and research (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23719144) shows that sugar “is as addictive as cocaine.” In fact “sugar is our #1 drug of choice and the more of it you eat the more of it you want.”

Dr. Tom O’Bryan, host of The Gluten Summit, also presents on the summit and emphatically states that “no human on the planet can digest gluten.” He shares recent research published in BMC Medicine. The study, looking at Italians with non-celiac gluten sensitivity (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24885375), found that 68% of participants felt “a lack of well-being” and 39% experienced anxiety, as well as fatigue, pain and brain fog. “In the large majority of patients, the time lapse between gluten ingestion and the appearance of symptoms varied from a few hours to 1 day.”

Sugar and gluten can both increase inflammation contributing to increased anxiety and depression (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23399050), according to summit speaker, Dr. Kelly Brogan M.D., a holistic women’s health psychiatrist. Dr. Brogan discusses how “cytokines in the blood, or inflammatory markers, such as CRP, IL-1, IL-6, and TNF-alpha can be predictive and linearly related to depression and anxiety, especially in women” and how dietary changes can lower these markers.

Trudy has a compelling message to share via the Anxiety Summit: “We simply need to teach people how to eat the right food, encouraging a real whole foods diet, avoiding foods that cause inflammation, and educating health practitioners about the research and importance of food when it comes to anxiety and depression. We can end anxiety and depression, and we’ll also see a reduction in obesity and other lifestyle diseases like diabetes and heart disease.”

The Anxiety Summit runs from November 3-16, 2014, providing listeners with tools and practical resources they can start integrating into their lives or into the lives of their clients/patients immediately. For more information, and to access the full lineup of speakers, go to http://www.theAnxietySummit.com. Be part of the discussion at https://www.facebook.com/TrudyScottAntianxietyFoodSolution







Food Mood Expert Trudy Scott: The Right Food Can End Anxiety in the Same Way it Can Reduce Obesity.

Folsom, California (PRWEB) November 04, 2014

A recent paper in BMC Psychiatry titled “Lessons from obesity prevention for the prevention of mental disorders” proposes that common mental disorders like anxiety and depression “should be considered as a form of non-communicable disease,” like obesity “preventable through the modification of lifestyle behaviors, particularly diet” and exercise (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25204469). One of the authors of the above study, Dr. Felice Jacka, a well-known food and mood researcher, co-authored another 2014 paper (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25060574) that stated: “the clear message is that in the midst of a looming global epidemic” of mental health disorders, “we ignore nutrition at our peril.”

Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the US and affect over 40 million adults. The incidence is increasing in both adults and children. Trudy Scott, author of “The Antianxiety Food Solution” states “there is so much we can do to slow this increase. Food and nutrients provide a very powerful approach that can dramatically reduce and very often completely eliminate anxiety.”

Trudy interviews internationally-renowned experts and thought-leaders on the Anxiety Summit, addressing nutritional solutions for eliminating anxiety and providing the research and practical tools. With a lineup that features nutritionists, integrative psychiatrists, a non-GMO advocate, mental health practitioners and holistic health practitioners, topics include: the sugar impact, gluten’s inflammatory effect on the brain, psychoneuroimmunology, fermented foods and the microbiome, exercise, and the mood benefits of eating fish, eggs and grass-fed red meat.

Featured speaker JJ Virgin, Celebrity Nutrition & Fitness Expert, author “The Virgin Diet” and the new “Sugar Impact Diet”, shares that stress and anxiety “make you crave more sugar” and research (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23719144) shows that sugar “is as addictive as cocaine.” In fact “sugar is our #1 drug of choice and the more of it you eat the more of it you want.”

Dr. Tom O’Bryan, host of The Gluten Summit, also presents on the summit and emphatically states that “no human on the planet can digest gluten.” He shares recent research published in BMC Medicine. The study, looking at Italians with non-celiac gluten sensitivity (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24885375), found that 68% of participants felt “a lack of well-being” and 39% experienced anxiety, as well as fatigue, pain and brain fog. “In the large majority of patients, the time lapse between gluten ingestion and the appearance of symptoms varied from a few hours to 1 day.”

Sugar and gluten can both increase inflammation contributing to increased anxiety and depression (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23399050), according to summit speaker, Dr. Kelly Brogan M.D., a holistic women’s health psychiatrist. Dr. Brogan discusses how “cytokines in the blood, or inflammatory markers, such as CRP, IL-1, IL-6, and TNF-alpha can be predictive and linearly related to depression and anxiety, especially in women” and how dietary changes can lower these markers.

Trudy has a compelling message to share via the Anxiety Summit: “We simply need to teach people how to eat the right food, encouraging a real whole foods diet, avoiding foods that cause inflammation, and educating health practitioners about the research and importance of food when it comes to anxiety and depression. We can end anxiety and depression, and we’ll also see a reduction in obesity and other lifestyle diseases like diabetes and heart disease.”

The Anxiety Summit runs from November 3-16, 2014, providing listeners with tools and practical resources they can start integrating into their lives or into the lives of their clients/patients immediately. For more information, and to access the full lineup of speakers, go to http://www.theAnxietySummit.com. Be part of the discussion at https://www.facebook.com/TrudyScottAntianxietyFoodSolution







Food Mood Expert Trudy Scott: The Right Food Can End Anxiety in the Same Way it Can Reduce Obesity.

Folsom, California (PRWEB) November 04, 2014

A recent paper in BMC Psychiatry titled “Lessons from obesity prevention for the prevention of mental disorders” proposes that common mental disorders like anxiety and depression “should be considered as a form of non-communicable disease,” like obesity “preventable through the modification of lifestyle behaviors, particularly diet” and exercise (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25204469). One of the authors of the above study, Dr. Felice Jacka, a well-known food and mood researcher, co-authored another 2014 paper (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25060574) that stated: “the clear message is that in the midst of a looming global epidemic” of mental health disorders, “we ignore nutrition at our peril.”

Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the US and affect over 40 million adults. The incidence is increasing in both adults and children. Trudy Scott, author of “The Antianxiety Food Solution” states “there is so much we can do to slow this increase. Food and nutrients provide a very powerful approach that can dramatically reduce and very often completely eliminate anxiety.”

Trudy interviews internationally-renowned experts and thought-leaders on the Anxiety Summit, addressing nutritional solutions for eliminating anxiety and providing the research and practical tools. With a lineup that features nutritionists, integrative psychiatrists, a non-GMO advocate, mental health practitioners and holistic health practitioners, topics include: the sugar impact, gluten’s inflammatory effect on the brain, psychoneuroimmunology, fermented foods and the microbiome, exercise, and the mood benefits of eating fish, eggs and grass-fed red meat.

Featured speaker JJ Virgin, Celebrity Nutrition & Fitness Expert, author “The Virgin Diet” and the new “Sugar Impact Diet”, shares that stress and anxiety “make you crave more sugar” and research (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23719144) shows that sugar “is as addictive as cocaine.” In fact “sugar is our #1 drug of choice and the more of it you eat the more of it you want.”

Dr. Tom O’Bryan, host of The Gluten Summit, also presents on the summit and emphatically states that “no human on the planet can digest gluten.” He shares recent research published in BMC Medicine. The study, looking at Italians with non-celiac gluten sensitivity (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24885375), found that 68% of participants felt “a lack of well-being” and 39% experienced anxiety, as well as fatigue, pain and brain fog. “In the large majority of patients, the time lapse between gluten ingestion and the appearance of symptoms varied from a few hours to 1 day.”

Sugar and gluten can both increase inflammation contributing to increased anxiety and depression (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23399050), according to summit speaker, Dr. Kelly Brogan M.D., a holistic women’s health psychiatrist. Dr. Brogan discusses how “cytokines in the blood, or inflammatory markers, such as CRP, IL-1, IL-6, and TNF-alpha can be predictive and linearly related to depression and anxiety, especially in women” and how dietary changes can lower these markers.

Trudy has a compelling message to share via the Anxiety Summit: “We simply need to teach people how to eat the right food, encouraging a real whole foods diet, avoiding foods that cause inflammation, and educating health practitioners about the research and importance of food when it comes to anxiety and depression. We can end anxiety and depression, and we’ll also see a reduction in obesity and other lifestyle diseases like diabetes and heart disease.”

The Anxiety Summit runs from November 3-16, 2014, providing listeners with tools and practical resources they can start integrating into their lives or into the lives of their clients/patients immediately. For more information, and to access the full lineup of speakers, go to http://www.theAnxietySummit.com. Be part of the discussion at https://www.facebook.com/TrudyScottAntianxietyFoodSolution







Food Mood Expert Trudy Scott: The Right Food Can End Anxiety in the Same Way it Can Reduce Obesity.

Folsom, California (PRWEB) November 04, 2014

A recent paper in BMC Psychiatry titled “Lessons from obesity prevention for the prevention of mental disorders” proposes that common mental disorders like anxiety and depression “should be considered as a form of non-communicable disease,” like obesity “preventable through the modification of lifestyle behaviors, particularly diet” and exercise (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25204469). One of the authors of the above study, Dr. Felice Jacka, a well-known food and mood researcher, co-authored another 2014 paper (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25060574) that stated: “the clear message is that in the midst of a looming global epidemic” of mental health disorders, “we ignore nutrition at our peril.”

Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the US and affect over 40 million adults. The incidence is increasing in both adults and children. Trudy Scott, author of “The Antianxiety Food Solution” states “there is so much we can do to slow this increase. Food and nutrients provide a very powerful approach that can dramatically reduce and very often completely eliminate anxiety.”

Trudy interviews internationally-renowned experts and thought-leaders on the Anxiety Summit, addressing nutritional solutions for eliminating anxiety and providing the research and practical tools. With a lineup that features nutritionists, integrative psychiatrists, a non-GMO advocate, mental health practitioners and holistic health practitioners, topics include: the sugar impact, gluten’s inflammatory effect on the brain, psychoneuroimmunology, fermented foods and the microbiome, exercise, and the mood benefits of eating fish, eggs and grass-fed red meat.

Featured speaker JJ Virgin, Celebrity Nutrition & Fitness Expert, author “The Virgin Diet” and the new “Sugar Impact Diet”, shares that stress and anxiety “make you crave more sugar” and research (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23719144) shows that sugar “is as addictive as cocaine.” In fact “sugar is our #1 drug of choice and the more of it you eat the more of it you want.”

Dr. Tom O’Bryan, host of The Gluten Summit, also presents on the summit and emphatically states that “no human on the planet can digest gluten.” He shares recent research published in BMC Medicine. The study, looking at Italians with non-celiac gluten sensitivity (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24885375), found that 68% of participants felt “a lack of well-being” and 39% experienced anxiety, as well as fatigue, pain and brain fog. “In the large majority of patients, the time lapse between gluten ingestion and the appearance of symptoms varied from a few hours to 1 day.”

Sugar and gluten can both increase inflammation contributing to increased anxiety and depression (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23399050), according to summit speaker, Dr. Kelly Brogan M.D., a holistic women’s health psychiatrist. Dr. Brogan discusses how “cytokines in the blood, or inflammatory markers, such as CRP, IL-1, IL-6, and TNF-alpha can be predictive and linearly related to depression and anxiety, especially in women” and how dietary changes can lower these markers.

Trudy has a compelling message to share via the Anxiety Summit: “We simply need to teach people how to eat the right food, encouraging a real whole foods diet, avoiding foods that cause inflammation, and educating health practitioners about the research and importance of food when it comes to anxiety and depression. We can end anxiety and depression, and we’ll also see a reduction in obesity and other lifestyle diseases like diabetes and heart disease.”

The Anxiety Summit runs from November 3-16, 2014, providing listeners with tools and practical resources they can start integrating into their lives or into the lives of their clients/patients immediately. For more information, and to access the full lineup of speakers, go to http://www.theAnxietySummit.com. Be part of the discussion at https://www.facebook.com/TrudyScottAntianxietyFoodSolution







Food Mood Expert Trudy Scott: The Right Food Can End Anxiety in the Same Way it Can Reduce Obesity.

Folsom, California (PRWEB) November 04, 2014

A recent paper in BMC Psychiatry titled “Lessons from obesity prevention for the prevention of mental disorders” proposes that common mental disorders like anxiety and depression “should be considered as a form of non-communicable disease,” like obesity “preventable through the modification of lifestyle behaviors, particularly diet” and exercise (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25204469). One of the authors of the above study, Dr. Felice Jacka, a well-known food and mood researcher, co-authored another 2014 paper (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25060574) that stated: “the clear message is that in the midst of a looming global epidemic” of mental health disorders, “we ignore nutrition at our peril.”

Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the US and affect over 40 million adults. The incidence is increasing in both adults and children. Trudy Scott, author of “The Antianxiety Food Solution” states “there is so much we can do to slow this increase. Food and nutrients provide a very powerful approach that can dramatically reduce and very often completely eliminate anxiety.”

Trudy interviews internationally-renowned experts and thought-leaders on the Anxiety Summit, addressing nutritional solutions for eliminating anxiety and providing the research and practical tools. With a lineup that features nutritionists, integrative psychiatrists, a non-GMO advocate, mental health practitioners and holistic health practitioners, topics include: the sugar impact, gluten’s inflammatory effect on the brain, psychoneuroimmunology, fermented foods and the microbiome, exercise, and the mood benefits of eating fish, eggs and grass-fed red meat.

Featured speaker JJ Virgin, Celebrity Nutrition & Fitness Expert, author “The Virgin Diet” and the new “Sugar Impact Diet”, shares that stress and anxiety “make you crave more sugar” and research (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23719144) shows that sugar “is as addictive as cocaine.” In fact “sugar is our #1 drug of choice and the more of it you eat the more of it you want.”

Dr. Tom O’Bryan, host of The Gluten Summit, also presents on the summit and emphatically states that “no human on the planet can digest gluten.” He shares recent research published in BMC Medicine. The study, looking at Italians with non-celiac gluten sensitivity (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24885375), found that 68% of participants felt “a lack of well-being” and 39% experienced anxiety, as well as fatigue, pain and brain fog. “In the large majority of patients, the time lapse between gluten ingestion and the appearance of symptoms varied from a few hours to 1 day.”

Sugar and gluten can both increase inflammation contributing to increased anxiety and depression (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23399050), according to summit speaker, Dr. Kelly Brogan M.D., a holistic women’s health psychiatrist. Dr. Brogan discusses how “cytokines in the blood, or inflammatory markers, such as CRP, IL-1, IL-6, and TNF-alpha can be predictive and linearly related to depression and anxiety, especially in women” and how dietary changes can lower these markers.

Trudy has a compelling message to share via the Anxiety Summit: “We simply need to teach people how to eat the right food, encouraging a real whole foods diet, avoiding foods that cause inflammation, and educating health practitioners about the research and importance of food when it comes to anxiety and depression. We can end anxiety and depression, and we’ll also see a reduction in obesity and other lifestyle diseases like diabetes and heart disease.”

The Anxiety Summit runs from November 3-16, 2014, providing listeners with tools and practical resources they can start integrating into their lives or into the lives of their clients/patients immediately. For more information, and to access the full lineup of speakers, go to http://www.theAnxietySummit.com. Be part of the discussion at https://www.facebook.com/TrudyScottAntianxietyFoodSolution







Food Mood Expert Trudy Scott: The Right Food Can End Anxiety in the Same Way it Can Reduce Obesity.

Folsom, California (PRWEB) November 04, 2014

A recent paper in BMC Psychiatry titled “Lessons from obesity prevention for the prevention of mental disorders” proposes that common mental disorders like anxiety and depression “should be considered as a form of non-communicable disease,” like obesity “preventable through the modification of lifestyle behaviors, particularly diet” and exercise (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25204469). One of the authors of the above study, Dr. Felice Jacka, a well-known food and mood researcher, co-authored another 2014 paper (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25060574) that stated: “the clear message is that in the midst of a looming global epidemic” of mental health disorders, “we ignore nutrition at our peril.”

Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the US and affect over 40 million adults. The incidence is increasing in both adults and children. Trudy Scott, author of “The Antianxiety Food Solution” states “there is so much we can do to slow this increase. Food and nutrients provide a very powerful approach that can dramatically reduce and very often completely eliminate anxiety.”

Trudy interviews internationally-renowned experts and thought-leaders on the Anxiety Summit, addressing nutritional solutions for eliminating anxiety and providing the research and practical tools. With a lineup that features nutritionists, integrative psychiatrists, a non-GMO advocate, mental health practitioners and holistic health practitioners, topics include: the sugar impact, gluten’s inflammatory effect on the brain, psychoneuroimmunology, fermented foods and the microbiome, exercise, and the mood benefits of eating fish, eggs and grass-fed red meat.

Featured speaker JJ Virgin, Celebrity Nutrition & Fitness Expert, author “The Virgin Diet” and the new “Sugar Impact Diet”, shares that stress and anxiety “make you crave more sugar” and research (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23719144) shows that sugar “is as addictive as cocaine.” In fact “sugar is our #1 drug of choice and the more of it you eat the more of it you want.”

Dr. Tom O’Bryan, host of The Gluten Summit, also presents on the summit and emphatically states that “no human on the planet can digest gluten.” He shares recent research published in BMC Medicine. The study, looking at Italians with non-celiac gluten sensitivity (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24885375), found that 68% of participants felt “a lack of well-being” and 39% experienced anxiety, as well as fatigue, pain and brain fog. “In the large majority of patients, the time lapse between gluten ingestion and the appearance of symptoms varied from a few hours to 1 day.”

Sugar and gluten can both increase inflammation contributing to increased anxiety and depression (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23399050), according to summit speaker, Dr. Kelly Brogan M.D., a holistic women’s health psychiatrist. Dr. Brogan discusses how “cytokines in the blood, or inflammatory markers, such as CRP, IL-1, IL-6, and TNF-alpha can be predictive and linearly related to depression and anxiety, especially in women” and how dietary changes can lower these markers.

Trudy has a compelling message to share via the Anxiety Summit: “We simply need to teach people how to eat the right food, encouraging a real whole foods diet, avoiding foods that cause inflammation, and educating health practitioners about the research and importance of food when it comes to anxiety and depression. We can end anxiety and depression, and we’ll also see a reduction in obesity and other lifestyle diseases like diabetes and heart disease.”

The Anxiety Summit runs from November 3-16, 2014, providing listeners with tools and practical resources they can start integrating into their lives or into the lives of their clients/patients immediately. For more information, and to access the full lineup of speakers, go to http://www.theAnxietySummit.com. Be part of the discussion at https://www.facebook.com/TrudyScottAntianxietyFoodSolution







Food Mood Expert Trudy Scott: The Right Food Can End Anxiety in the Same Way it Can Reduce Obesity.

Folsom, California (PRWEB) November 04, 2014

A recent paper in BMC Psychiatry titled “Lessons from obesity prevention for the prevention of mental disorders” proposes that common mental disorders like anxiety and depression “should be considered as a form of non-communicable disease,” like obesity “preventable through the modification of lifestyle behaviors, particularly diet” and exercise (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25204469). One of the authors of the above study, Dr. Felice Jacka, a well-known food and mood researcher, co-authored another 2014 paper (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25060574) that stated: “the clear message is that in the midst of a looming global epidemic” of mental health disorders, “we ignore nutrition at our peril.”

Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the US and affect over 40 million adults. The incidence is increasing in both adults and children. Trudy Scott, author of “The Antianxiety Food Solution” states “there is so much we can do to slow this increase. Food and nutrients provide a very powerful approach that can dramatically reduce and very often completely eliminate anxiety.”

Trudy interviews internationally-renowned experts and thought-leaders on the Anxiety Summit, addressing nutritional solutions for eliminating anxiety and providing the research and practical tools. With a lineup that features nutritionists, integrative psychiatrists, a non-GMO advocate, mental health practitioners and holistic health practitioners, topics include: the sugar impact, gluten’s inflammatory effect on the brain, psychoneuroimmunology, fermented foods and the microbiome, exercise, and the mood benefits of eating fish, eggs and grass-fed red meat.

Featured speaker JJ Virgin, Celebrity Nutrition & Fitness Expert, author “The Virgin Diet” and the new “Sugar Impact Diet”, shares that stress and anxiety “make you crave more sugar” and research (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23719144) shows that sugar “is as addictive as cocaine.” In fact “sugar is our #1 drug of choice and the more of it you eat the more of it you want.”

Dr. Tom O’Bryan, host of The Gluten Summit, also presents on the summit and emphatically states that “no human on the planet can digest gluten.” He shares recent research published in BMC Medicine. The study, looking at Italians with non-celiac gluten sensitivity (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24885375), found that 68% of participants felt “a lack of well-being” and 39% experienced anxiety, as well as fatigue, pain and brain fog. “In the large majority of patients, the time lapse between gluten ingestion and the appearance of symptoms varied from a few hours to 1 day.”

Sugar and gluten can both increase inflammation contributing to increased anxiety and depression (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23399050), according to summit speaker, Dr. Kelly Brogan M.D., a holistic women’s health psychiatrist. Dr. Brogan discusses how “cytokines in the blood, or inflammatory markers, such as CRP, IL-1, IL-6, and TNF-alpha can be predictive and linearly related to depression and anxiety, especially in women” and how dietary changes can lower these markers.

Trudy has a compelling message to share via the Anxiety Summit: “We simply need to teach people how to eat the right food, encouraging a real whole foods diet, avoiding foods that cause inflammation, and educating health practitioners about the research and importance of food when it comes to anxiety and depression. We can end anxiety and depression, and we’ll also see a reduction in obesity and other lifestyle diseases like diabetes and heart disease.”

The Anxiety Summit runs from November 3-16, 2014, providing listeners with tools and practical resources they can start integrating into their lives or into the lives of their clients/patients immediately. For more information, and to access the full lineup of speakers, go to http://www.theAnxietySummit.com. Be part of the discussion at https://www.facebook.com/TrudyScottAntianxietyFoodSolution







Food Mood Expert Trudy Scott: The Right Food Can End Anxiety in the Same Way it Can Reduce Obesity.

Folsom, California (PRWEB) November 04, 2014

A recent paper in BMC Psychiatry titled “Lessons from obesity prevention for the prevention of mental disorders” proposes that common mental disorders like anxiety and depression “should be considered as a form of non-communicable disease,” like obesity “preventable through the modification of lifestyle behaviors, particularly diet” and exercise (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25204469). One of the authors of the above study, Dr. Felice Jacka, a well-known food and mood researcher, co-authored another 2014 paper (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25060574) that stated: “the clear message is that in the midst of a looming global epidemic” of mental health disorders, “we ignore nutrition at our peril.”

Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the US and affect over 40 million adults. The incidence is increasing in both adults and children. Trudy Scott, author of “The Antianxiety Food Solution” states “there is so much we can do to slow this increase. Food and nutrients provide a very powerful approach that can dramatically reduce and very often completely eliminate anxiety.”

Trudy interviews internationally-renowned experts and thought-leaders on the Anxiety Summit, addressing nutritional solutions for eliminating anxiety and providing the research and practical tools. With a lineup that features nutritionists, integrative psychiatrists, a non-GMO advocate, mental health practitioners and holistic health practitioners, topics include: the sugar impact, gluten’s inflammatory effect on the brain, psychoneuroimmunology, fermented foods and the microbiome, exercise, and the mood benefits of eating fish, eggs and grass-fed red meat.

Featured speaker JJ Virgin, Celebrity Nutrition & Fitness Expert, author “The Virgin Diet” and the new “Sugar Impact Diet”, shares that stress and anxiety “make you crave more sugar” and research (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23719144) shows that sugar “is as addictive as cocaine.” In fact “sugar is our #1 drug of choice and the more of it you eat the more of it you want.”

Dr. Tom O’Bryan, host of The Gluten Summit, also presents on the summit and emphatically states that “no human on the planet can digest gluten.” He shares recent research published in BMC Medicine. The study, looking at Italians with non-celiac gluten sensitivity (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24885375), found that 68% of participants felt “a lack of well-being” and 39% experienced anxiety, as well as fatigue, pain and brain fog. “In the large majority of patients, the time lapse between gluten ingestion and the appearance of symptoms varied from a few hours to 1 day.”

Sugar and gluten can both increase inflammation contributing to increased anxiety and depression (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23399050), according to summit speaker, Dr. Kelly Brogan M.D., a holistic women’s health psychiatrist. Dr. Brogan discusses how “cytokines in the blood, or inflammatory markers, such as CRP, IL-1, IL-6, and TNF-alpha can be predictive and linearly related to depression and anxiety, especially in women” and how dietary changes can lower these markers.

Trudy has a compelling message to share via the Anxiety Summit: “We simply need to teach people how to eat the right food, encouraging a real whole foods diet, avoiding foods that cause inflammation, and educating health practitioners about the research and importance of food when it comes to anxiety and depression. We can end anxiety and depression, and we’ll also see a reduction in obesity and other lifestyle diseases like diabetes and heart disease.”

The Anxiety Summit runs from November 3-16, 2014, providing listeners with tools and practical resources they can start integrating into their lives or into the lives of their clients/patients immediately. For more information, and to access the full lineup of speakers, go to http://www.theAnxietySummit.com. Be part of the discussion at https://www.facebook.com/TrudyScottAntianxietyFoodSolution







Food Mood Expert Trudy Scott: The Right Food Can End Anxiety in the Same Way it Can Reduce Obesity.

Folsom, California (PRWEB) November 04, 2014

A recent paper in BMC Psychiatry titled “Lessons from obesity prevention for the prevention of mental disorders” proposes that common mental disorders like anxiety and depression “should be considered as a form of non-communicable disease,” like obesity “preventable through the modification of lifestyle behaviors, particularly diet” and exercise (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25204469). One of the authors of the above study, Dr. Felice Jacka, a well-known food and mood researcher, co-authored another 2014 paper (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25060574) that stated: “the clear message is that in the midst of a looming global epidemic” of mental health disorders, “we ignore nutrition at our peril.”

Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the US and affect over 40 million adults. The incidence is increasing in both adults and children. Trudy Scott, author of “The Antianxiety Food Solution” states “there is so much we can do to slow this increase. Food and nutrients provide a very powerful approach that can dramatically reduce and very often completely eliminate anxiety.”

Trudy interviews internationally-renowned experts and thought-leaders on the Anxiety Summit, addressing nutritional solutions for eliminating anxiety and providing the research and practical tools. With a lineup that features nutritionists, integrative psychiatrists, a non-GMO advocate, mental health practitioners and holistic health practitioners, topics include: the sugar impact, gluten’s inflammatory effect on the brain, psychoneuroimmunology, fermented foods and the microbiome, exercise, and the mood benefits of eating fish, eggs and grass-fed red meat.

Featured speaker JJ Virgin, Celebrity Nutrition & Fitness Expert, author “The Virgin Diet” and the new “Sugar Impact Diet”, shares that stress and anxiety “make you crave more sugar” and research (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23719144) shows that sugar “is as addictive as cocaine.” In fact “sugar is our #1 drug of choice and the more of it you eat the more of it you want.”

Dr. Tom O’Bryan, host of The Gluten Summit, also presents on the summit and emphatically states that “no human on the planet can digest gluten.” He shares recent research published in BMC Medicine. The study, looking at Italians with non-celiac gluten sensitivity (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24885375), found that 68% of participants felt “a lack of well-being” and 39% experienced anxiety, as well as fatigue, pain and brain fog. “In the large majority of patients, the time lapse between gluten ingestion and the appearance of symptoms varied from a few hours to 1 day.”

Sugar and gluten can both increase inflammation contributing to increased anxiety and depression (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23399050), according to summit speaker, Dr. Kelly Brogan M.D., a holistic women’s health psychiatrist. Dr. Brogan discusses how “cytokines in the blood, or inflammatory markers, such as CRP, IL-1, IL-6, and TNF-alpha can be predictive and linearly related to depression and anxiety, especially in women” and how dietary changes can lower these markers.

Trudy has a compelling message to share via the Anxiety Summit: “We simply need to teach people how to eat the right food, encouraging a real whole foods diet, avoiding foods that cause inflammation, and educating health practitioners about the research and importance of food when it comes to anxiety and depression. We can end anxiety and depression, and we’ll also see a reduction in obesity and other lifestyle diseases like diabetes and heart disease.”

The Anxiety Summit runs from November 3-16, 2014, providing listeners with tools and practical resources they can start integrating into their lives or into the lives of their clients/patients immediately. For more information, and to access the full lineup of speakers, go to http://www.theAnxietySummit.com. Be part of the discussion at https://www.facebook.com/TrudyScottAntianxietyFoodSolution