Is mold toxicity contributing to your anxiety, intrusive thoughts, worry, sadness, insomnia and cravings?

Mold toxicity can impact neurotransmitter levels and increase your anxiety, fear. emotional response, sadness and also make your sleep and cravings worse. However there are neurotransmitter precursors, used as supplements, that can help to improve things quickly, while you are addressing the toxic mold.

Learn all about this in an interview with Food Mood expert, Trudy Scott. She shares how low GABA can cause tension-type of anxiety, how low serotonin can cause worry type anxiety and fears, and how low endorphins can cause deep emotional sadness. And learn which amino acids can help you see dramatic improvements very quickly. Feel calmer, happier, more grounded and optimistic, and hopeful!

You’ll get access to the video, audio and transcript: Anxiety Caused by Mold Toxicity – Using Targeted Amino Acids for Immediate Relief

    • the connections between mold toxicity and anxiety, panic attacks, PTSD, weepiness and other emotional symptoms
    • how to use tryptophan and 5-HTP to support low serotonin-type of anxiety, worry, fears, insomnia and intrusive thoughts
    • what to do when Trichothecene T-2 Toxin causes high serotonin
    • how to use GABA and theanine to ease low GABA-type anxiety, insomnia and immunity issues
    • how to use the amino acid DPA for low endorphin symptoms of weepiness and emotional loss

(Please note: This is an interview Trudy did for Dr. Margaret Christensen’s Toxic Mold Summit in 2020)

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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.

The information provided on this site and via the interviews is for informational purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for advice from your physician or other health care professional. You should consult with a healthcare professional before starting any diet, exercise, or supplementation program, before taking or stopping any medication, or if you have or suspect you may have a health problem.
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