Food and Mood: 9 Steps to Calm the Anxious Mind in Wisconsin

April 8, 2012

What are the 9 steps? the power of real whole foods and the 4 food solutions from The Antianxiety Food Solution; removal of sugar and balancing blood sugar; removal of gluten and caffeine; optimizing digestion, balancing brain chemistry with amino acids; addressing pyroluria with zinc and vitamin B6; addressing lifestyle and other factors.

Please join me for a full 1 day seminar to learn about the powerful connection between food and mood, and anxiety specifically.

“Food and Mood: 9 Steps to Calm the Anxious Mind, Improve Mood & End Cravings”

I’ll be doing 3 live talks in Wisconsin in these locations and on these dates:

Tuesday, April 17, 2012 at 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM in Appleton, WI

Wednesday, April 18, 2012 at 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM in Madison, WI

Thursday, April 19, 2012 at 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM in Milwaukee, WI

In addition to the live talks above, a LIVE WEBCAST will also be available! It will be interactive and you will have the opportunity to send in questions via email on the day and I’ll answer your questions during the talk. (It will also be available to purchase as a DVD after the event).

Thursday, April 19, 2012 at 8:30 AM Central Time/ 9:30 AM Eastern Time

Note: This webcast (audio & video) will be broadcast over the internet. You may access this event from anywhere with an established internet connection.

The fee of $79.99 includes comprehensive course materials, questionnaires and selected references.

These are PESI seminars and are geared towards mental health professionals and are also open to the public. They are delivered as a live event with Q & A at various times during the presentation. I’ll be covering all the latest research on food and mental health, as well as practical steps for implementing changes.

[Update after the event: go to the PESI site and at the Title, enter Trudy Scott, and hit SEARCH to see all the future events, plus DVD/CDs that are available for purchase.]

I recently did the same series in the Boston area and this is what Bob Weiss had to say:

“The role of nutrition is huge and I thank you so much for opening up what has been too focused on aggressive psychotropics. What you are offering is part of the vital current that is changing the healthcare waters. I thought your piece about the role of amino acids, not just diet, was extremely valuable. I am going to be suggesting your book, The Antianxiety Food Solution, to my patients.”
Robert L. Weiss, L.I.C.S.W., C.A.S.
Licensed Psychotherapist and Certified Addictions Specialist
www.bobweiss.com

This information is also covered in great detail in The Antianxiety Food Solution: How the Foods You Eat Can Help You Calm Your Anxious Mind, Improve Your Mood and End Cravings, now available in major books stores, at Amazon and via www.antianxietyfoodsolution.com

10 Responses to “Food and Mood: 9 Steps to Calm the Anxious Mind in Wisconsin”

  1. Love that you will be webcast, Trudy. You are getting so much speaking and presenting experience, love that!!

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    everywomanover29 Reply:

    Thanks Sue! It’ll be my first webcast ever (!!) and a great opportunity for folks who can’t get to Wisconsin to listen to the presentation. It’ll also be made into a DVD that can be purchased after the fact.
    Trudy

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  2. I am so glad you are out there Trudy spreading this message. I am going to share this with others so that they too can find relief… thank you

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    everywomanover29 Reply:

    Thanks Karen – you are the queen of social media and I really appreciate your efforts!
    Trudy

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  3. Trudy,

    You are truly amazing for doing this. I think the correlation between food and mood is a great one to make and teach consumers about. Great work!

    Dr. Robert Fenell

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    everywomanover29 Reply:

    Thanks Robert – I enjoy it so much and love that they get to take this important info back to their clinics, hospitals, patients, clients and families. Just did the Appleton talk today to 83 enthusiastic people – they were awesome! on to Madison tomorrow…

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  4. Trudy,

    This is great news. Wisconsin is a perfect place for your talks. Every Saturday, in Madison, they have a farmers market on the capitol square. All fresh grown items available so no excuses!

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    everywomanover29 Reply:

    well now I wish I was going to be here on a Saturday! I did go and buy some local WI raw goat cheese…it’s yummy!

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  5. Trudy,

    Way to go and what an important topic to share.

    I love that you’re doing webcasts too.

    Write on!~

    Lisa Manyon

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    everywomanover29 Reply:

    Thanks Lisa – yes, this will be my first webcast – great opportunity for folks who are not local

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