The “Healthy ME Summit: Overcoming Depression and Anxiety” online event starts this week!
You will discover 50 of the brightest and most brilliant minds in the field of mental health and wellness. The interviews are a collection of experts, as well as individuals sharing their inspirational personal experiences. The culmination of both of these points of view provides you with the answers and solutions to your mental health challenges.
It runs January 7-17, 2016. It’s being hosted from Australia so keep this in mind with regards to the time difference.
As with other online summits each day’s interviews will be available for FREE for a period of 24 hours. They will begin at 10 A.M. Australian Eastern Time and end the next day 9.59 A.M. Here’s the link for time conversion:
And here’s an example of the time difference: January 7th 10am Australian Eastern Time is January 6th 3pm Pacific time USA/ 6pm Eastern time USA. If you’re in the USA, this means each day new speakers will air at 3pm Pacific time USA/ 6pm Eastern time USA AND it starts on January 6th!
I recently shared some snippets from the excellent interview with Carolyn Ledowsky, Naturopath, Herbalist, Nutritionist: MTHFR, Depression & Anxiety (her interview is on day 1). You can read more here:
Here are a few of the other speakers (including yours truly):
Professor Felice Jacka, Principal Research Fellow: Does Junk Food Shrink Your Brain (her interview is on day 5)
A healthy diet looks very different in different countries
Dr. Tom O’Bryan, International Speaker, Educator: How Wheat Harms the Brain (his interview is on day 3)
Every forkful of what you put in your mouth is either inflammatory or anti-inflammatory
Therese Kerr, Author, Speaker, Health Ambassador: Chemicals in Cosmetics to Avoid (her interview is on day 4)
Fat-soluble chemicals are being passed on to the baby through the mother’s breast milk.
Trudy Scott, Author, Nutritionist, Food Mood Expert: Nutritional Solutions for Anxiety (my interview is on day 3)
People with digestive complaints such as IBS, food allergies and food sensitivities, small intestinal bacterial overgrowth and ulcerative colitis frequently suffer from anxiety and depression.
I’m thrilled to be included in this line-up of experts and I cover how to address anxiety (and depression) using targeted amino acids GABA and tryptophan. I also talk about nutrients for the social anxiety condition called pyroluria (in case you haven’t yet heard me present on these topics – if you have, be sure to tune in to other great interviews).
Hope you can join us! You can learn more and register here: