Anxiety: coffee, chocolate, fish, water and more – and where to go next
- the anxiety-provoking effects of coffee! and what about chocolate?
- the bad-mood effects of gluten
- wild fish, water, pumpkin seeds and laughter to boost your mood and calm you down
- questions answered ( a few from the blog and facebook page)
- what you can get out of the summit, resources and where to go next
This is the great quote by Jamie Oliver (I saw it on Josh Friedman’s super Facebook page):
Homicide is 0.8% of deaths. Diet-related disease is over 60%. But no-one talks about it
We’re talking about it! And we’re being heard! There obviously a big need for this information – as of the end of the 13th day of the summit we have officially reached just over 10,000 people!
This is the cover of Time magazine: Eat Butter. Scientists labeled fat the enemy. Why they were wrong. About time ! (no pun intended)
For decades, it has been the most vilified nutrient in the American diet. But new science reveals fat isn’t what’s hurting our health”
Here is the blog post that has the video of Angie trying the DPA/Endorphigen for low endorphins. She calls it a miracle, no longer desired chocolate and felt euphoric!
This is the blog post that mentions the research on how water affects serotonin and dopamine levels, thereby affecting your anxiety levels.
Based on the food mood research done by Dr. Felice Jacka and the results I see when my female clients add back red meat into their diets I am a proponent of grass-fed red meat. You can read some of Dr Jacka’s findings and information about our interview here. Be sure to check out the comments in this blog – I mention other research on grass-fed red meat and mood,
In line with this we have the new Anxiety Summit quote:
Sugar is the most abused anxiety drug
Grass-fed red meat is the most underutilized antianxiety food
~ Trudy Scott, host of The Anxiety Summit and author of The Antianxiety Food Solution
This is from the editorial called Nutrition and Psychiatry in the American Journal of Psychiatry. It was published when Dr. Jacka’s Western diet/traditional diet study was published in 2010.
It is both compelling and daunting to consider that dietary intervention at an individual or population level could reduce rates of psychiatric disorders. There are exciting implications for clinical care, public health, and research”
I always say “yes compelling but not daunting with what we know” and with we’ve learned on the Anxiety Summit.
If you are not already registered for the Anxiety Summit you can get live access to the speakers of the day here www.theAnxietySummit.com
UPDATE: the summit concluded on Tues 6/24 – season 2 of The Anxiety Summit will be in November 2014. If you’d like to be on the notification list just sign up here www.theAnxietySummit.com
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