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Body Odor, Anxiety, & Protein Digestion

        Body Odor, Anxiety, & Protein Digestion by Jen Springer   Ever stink so bad that you are afraid to lift your arms and expose your pits, even after you just took a shower? I’m not talking about the haven’t-been-washed-in-a-week sweat sock smell, I mean stinky dead fish smell.  This is the […]


Protein, Amino Acids, & Enzymes for Anxiety Relief

What do amino acids, protein, and enzymes all have in common in relation to anxiety relief? Under physical or emotional stress, our digestive system shuts down. The process of food being broken down and absorbed properly can come to a screeching halt if the stress becomes chronic.


Adrenal Fatigue & Hypoglycemia

Recently Jen Crippen did a post on a chat board for hypoglycemia caused by adrenal fatigue. She felt the post was so good, that she decided to put in on this blog. It includes her protocol for getting anxiety relief and balancing blood sugar levels.


Become NUTTY and Help Insulin Resistance

I love nuts as a part of the anxiety therapy program. They are high in good, fats, minerals, amino acids, and are very satisfying. But we don’t always get the optimal nutrition from them for a few reasons.


Serotonin Neurotransmitter – Feel Good Brain Chemical

Let’s say someone suffers intestinal damage from something like leaky gut, food allergies, IBS, chrones, and poor diet. This person also suffers from depression, panic attacks and anxiety. Question to ponder: If 90% of serotonin is found in the intestines, could their ‘not so fun stuff’ be partly a result of intestinal damage?