Discover how you can use high-protein, brain-fueling foods to overcome anxiety, worry, and fatigue for good!
Do you struggle with anxiety, sugar cravings, weight gain, and fatigue? You aren’t alone. In our busy, overscheduled lives, many of us turn to fast food to relieve stress and meet the challenges of our jobs, families, and relationships. But these “on-the-go” meals—which are typically low in protein and high in sugar—can actually contribute to our anxiety, add to our waistlines, and increase our risk of developing devastating medical problems. So, what can you do to break free from this vicious cycle?
In this practical, feel-better-now workbook, you’ll learn how to make healthier food choices, and discover how protein and sugar affect your emotions and energy on any given day. You’ll also find convenient meal planning and tracking tools to help you monitor your progress, and a wealth of easy tips and doable ways to improve your diet, overcome fatigue, and restore your vitality and mental clarity.
Everyone’s heard the adage, “You are what you eat.” When it comes to anxiety, research now shows that nutritional factors often underlie the anxious thoughts and feelings we have every day. With this life-changing workbook, you’ll learn to use brain-boosting foods to stay one step ahead of anxiety.
Kristen Allott, ND, MS, is a naturopathic physician, national speaker, and pioneering advocate for the use of whole-foods nutrition in the treatment of mental health disorders and addictions. Allott is passionate about achievable results to improve... Read more
Natasha Duarte, MS, is an innovative and inclusive advocate with proven success in building relationships with widely diverse people from multiple cultures. Her science background combined with strong social and cultural skills brings unique... Read more
Chan M. Hellman, PhD, is internationally renowned for his work on building a hope-centered response to trauma. With over 150 scholarly publications and countless workshops in the areas of child maltreatment, domestic violence, homelessness, etc.,... Read more