I’m SO excited! I finally have an index in my book The Antianxiety Food Solution! The index is the first place I go to when I buy a book so this means a lot to me and I know it’s going to be a big help to you, my reader!
It’s crazy that it wasn’t in there in the first place (my publisher said it wasn’t in the budget) so I just kept asking and we finally added one in this latest printing.
It’s my birthday today and what a great birthday present for me! I also get to give you something on my birthday – a PDF copy of the index if you already have my book. You can download a copy of the index here.
If you do already have a copy of my book and have gotten value from it I would love to ask you a favor. Will you please write a review on Amazon? I’d so appreciate it.
Here is the very first review I received:
Dealing with Depression, Anxiety, Stress, Insomnia? This book is for you!
I cried my way thru this book ~ out of JOY~ for finally finding a very helpful book! I have been on a journey for 10 years trying to navigate issues with depression, stress, anxiety, insomnia and other fun things. I’ve been to doctors, psychologists and counselors. I’ve been put on medication which after many years of that left me suicidal, overweight, depressed and very angry. It is VERY frustrating trying to navigate doctors, testing and information out there that could help you. This summer I read several books that addressed depression from a dietary and nutrition standpoint. This one was the best in my opinion. It’s not too long, easy to read and understand, and well organized. And it agreed with several things I had read in other books ~ such as the use of amino acids, vitamins and issues with gluten and sugar to address depression, etc. There’s many good ‘life stories’ in it too which help you relate. Thanks Trudy Scott!
And here is one of the recent Amazon reviews (I edited out the Dr. Trudy Scott part!):
This book changed my life. I heard Trudy Scott during an interview on the Underground Wellness with Sean Croxton, and her revelations about the connection between what we ingest and how our minds work was riveting. I bought the book immediately, and it was the best $15 I ever spent. Not only have I been able to stop taking an antidepressant and sleep medication, but I now have hope I can truly balance my own biochemistry. It is really a shame most doctors do not study nutrition, for if they did I suspect we would have a much healthier population. Thank goodness Trudy has been successful in her research and her ability to disseminate her findings. If you have any issues with anxiety, depression or insomnia, I highly recommend you read this book.
You can watch a snippet of my Sean Croxton interview here – it was a great interview as was the entire Depression Sessions series of interviews.
I hope you find the index helpful! And I would love to hear back from you on how my book has helped you – either here in the comments or via an Amazon review. Feel free to post your questions too.