Interested to learn more about the powerful food mood connection? Come and visit my booth, hear me present and come and see my poster presentation at the American Public Health Association Annual Meeting in San Francisco, from October 27-31. The event draws about 13,000 public health professionals each year. I am honored to be participating. If you’re attending or can drop in for the day, please come and say hello.
(1) My booth The Antianxiety Food Solution is located in Moscone Center South #2930
Get a signed copy of The Antianxiety Food Solution (review by Mira Dessy), buy the DVD or CD set, test your zinc status (zinc is a common deficiency) and sample some delicious herbal teas (tulsi/holy basil) from Organic India. Also, learn about GMOs and prop 37 in California, learn about the National Association of Nutrition Professionals and Masters programs offered by Hawthorn University. And much more! And best of all – chat with passionate nutrition professionals! Donna Kelley, Danielle Hart and Barbara Michelson-Harder will be helping at the booth.
If you can’t make it, you can buy a copy of the book and DVD/CD here or join me at my upcoming in-person 1 day Antianxiety Food Solution seminars in California in November
(2) I’m doing a food-mood poster presentation on Monday October 29 from 10:30 – 11:30am (MCC South, 3079.1: #9)
Session 3079.1: Research, Education, and Practice of Alternative and Complementary Health Practices Poster Session
(3) I’m also doing a 45 minute workshop on Monday October 29 from 1:00 – 1:45pm
Food-Mood research (It will be in MCC South, #3400 in expo area)
There is much recent research supporting the powerful connection between food and mental health – come and hear about the recent research: real whole quality food, grass-fed red meat, removing sugar and caffeine, zinc, tryptophan and much more
(4) I’m also doing a 45 minute workshop on Tues October 30 from 10:00-10:45am
The Gluten-mood Connection (MCC South, #3400 in expo area)
Research supports a connection between gluten consumption and social anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder and schizophrenia – come and learn about this and how to assess for gluten intolerance, where gluten is found and what to eat instead.
Hope to see you there!