GABA and pyroluria protocol for Lyme Anxiety

by Trudy Scott,
author of The Antianxiety Food Solution

How We Used GABA for Lyme Anxiety – Trudy Scott interviews Tricia Soderstrom of Abounding in Hope With Lyme

  • Lyme disease can mimic a number of psychiatric illnesses, including anxiety disorders
  • Our journey with Lyme Disease
  • Essential oil for ticks and having pets
  • My daughter’s symptoms; Lyme pain, OCD, anxiety, panic attacks
  • Protocols; antibiotics, herbs, supplements, anxiety meds and anti-depressant meds
  • Using GABA Calm sublinguals with good results
  • The Lyme disease pyroluria connection

(an MP3 audio and transcript from The Anxiety Summit season 4)

Amino Acid Anxiety/Mood and Sugar Cravings/Emotional Eating Questionnaire and how to boost serotonin and GABA naturally

  • Anxiety/Mood issues together with cravings and emotional eating, can be a sign of imbalanced brain chemistry and/or nutrient deficiencies.
  • But they can often be very easily corrected with the use of targeted amino acids, so you can start to feel calm and happy right away. This gives my clients hope and motivation to figure out other factors that may be contributing to their anxiety and/or panic attacks and feelings of overwhelm.
  • You’ll also be able to switch off cravings with no willpower required and you won’t feel deprived. Stress eating will just become a non-issue, and you won’t be drawn to sugar and carbs. You’ll be able to take it or leave it! Really!
  • This quiz covers all the categories: low blood sugar, low serotonin, low GABA, low endorphins and low catecholamines.
  • Many of my anxious clients really resonate with the symptoms of low serotonin (anxiety in the head) and low GABA (anxiety in the body).
  • So we dig deeper into some tips for boosting serotonin and GABA naturally so you can feel calm in your body, relaxed and free from overwhelm, and switch off the obsessive ruminating thinking.

Pyroluria questionnaire

Pyroluria is a social anxiety condition that responds really well to a few key nutrients. Once you find the correct combination and amount, you may find yourself to be a social butterfly and even less introverted. It’s more common that you would expect and you can use this questionnaire to figure out if this may be a factor in your anxiety.

And two additional special reports: 9 Great Questions Women Ask About Food, Mood and their Health and 5 Simple Steps to Reduce Anxiety Now

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Trudy Scott, Food Mood Expert and Certified Nutritionist
Author, The Antianxiety Food Solution

Food Mood Expert Trudy Scott is a certified nutritionist on a mission to educate and empower anxious individuals worldwide about natural solutions for anxiety, stress and emotional eating. Trudy serves as a catalyst in bringing about life enhancing transformations that start with the healing powers of eating real whole food, using individually targeted supplementation and making simple lifestyle changes.

She is known for her expertise in the use of targeted individual amino acids, the nutritional solutions for the social anxiety condition pyroluria, and the harmful effects of benzodiazepines. She works primarily with women but the information she offers works equally well for men and children.

Trudy also presents nationally to nutrition and mental health professionals on food and mood, sharing all the recent research and how-to steps so they too can educate and empower their clients and patients.

Trudy is past president of the National Association of Nutrition Professionals. She was recipient of the 2012 Impact Award and served as a Special Advisor to the Board of Directors for many years. Trudy is a member of Alliance for Addiction Solutions and Anxiety and Depression Association of America. She was a nominee for the 2015 Scattergood Innovation Award and winner of the Go-Giver Mindshare award in 2018.

Trudy is the author of The Antianxiety Food Solution: How the Foods You Eat Can Help You Calm Your Anxious Mind, Improve Your Mood and End Cravings (New Harbinger 2011) and host of The Anxiety Summit which has been dubbed “a bouquet of hope.”

Trudy is passionate about sharing the powerful food mood connection because she experienced the results first-hand, finding complete resolution of her anxiety and panic attacks.

For 40 years I have thought of food in only two ways: Food that makes you fat…and food that doesn’t make you fat. I have finally begun to see the profound effect that food has on my emotions and over all happiness. This shouldn’t shock me…but it does. And for the first time I am realizing that is what’s most important! I am finally starting to think about how food “makes me feel” rather than how food ‘makes me look’.

Lisa McDonell

Techie Virtual Assistant + Virtual Assistant Strategy Coach, thebrainygal.com

Trudy Scott is awesome! After years of dealing with my challenging health issues, and many other bright health care providers, Trudy was the one to give me relief and solutions. She gave me the hope of having a normal, healthy life again. I was ready to give up and Trudy changed my life. The breadth of her knowledge, resourcefulness, compassion and caring sets her apart. Trudy is a treasure.

Mary Adams

Sacramento CA

“when GABA was introduced, the panic attacks disappeared”

“I also found that I have pyroluria so once I had introduced the nutrients I could stand up and speak in front of a crowd without having that terrible gut feeling and panic”

“I still am amazed at how quickly the panic attacks, binge eating, and mood swings disappeared.”

(she did the Amazing Aminos for Emotional Eating group program and saw anxiety, mood and emotional eating benefits)

Meme Grant

GAPS Practitioner, Nutritional Therapist, FNTP, givennewlife.info

At the end of the program: “It’s hard now to remember how anxious I really was but I do know it was bad as I have my (food mood) logs to prove it!”

(she also did the Amazing Aminos for Emotional Eating group program and saw anxiety and emotional eating benefits)

Tamara Wong

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