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Dear Prothinspo Member…

Cocaine is an illegal and dangerous drug - outlawed in most countries around the world. Many people speculate as to whether celebrities
ever partake of the drug to induce rapid weight loss. We can only speculate until they get arrested....Most people already know that cocaine
can make you lose weight.


Here is a story I found from New Zealand. A wealthy 51 yr-old property developer is a suspected drug dealer. He attempted to justify his
actions by claiming that cocaine was helping him lose weight.


"In explanation for his actions, the defendant stated that he had discovered taking cocaine in the evening suppressed his appetite and
helped him lose weight," the police summary said.
This may explain the success of Henderson's slimming regime. Last winter, Henderson seized on the Atkins craze and lost at least 24kg.
During the stressful 2000 when he was building the $250 million Princes Wharf redevelopment, "Hendo" was a big lad.
But by last winter, the metamorphosis was spectacular.
He sported a new wardrobe and cut a much finer figure on the waterfront.
Come the summer, he appeared even leaner, as the diet regime continued apace and his face shape changed markedly
."

I don’t suggest getting hooked on any illegal drugs to lose weight.
I only know of one diet product on the market that mimics the effects of cocaine weight loss. Of course it is new to the market after many
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You don't need a spa weekend or a retreat. Each of these stress-relieving tips can get you from OMG to om in less than 15 minutes.

1. Meditate

A few minutes of practice per day can help ease anxiety. “Research suggests that daily meditation may alter the brain’s neural pathways, making you more resilient
to stress,” says psychologist Robbie Maller Hartman, PhD, a Chicago health and wellness coach.

It's simple. Sit up straight with both feet on the floor. Close your eyes. Focus your attention on reciting -- out loud or silently -- a positive mantra such as “I feel at
peace” or “I love myself.” Place one hand on your belly to sync the mantra with your breaths. Let any distracting thoughts float by like clouds.


“Simply be aware of places you feel tight or loose without trying to change anything,” Tutin says. For 1 to 2 minutes, imagine each deep breath flowing to that body
part. Repeat this process as you move your focus up your body, paying close attention to sensations you feel in each body part

2. Breathe Deeply

Take a 5-minute break and focus on your breathing. Sit up straight, eyes closed, with a hand on your belly. Slowly inhale through your nose, feeling the breath start
in your abdomen and work its way to the top of your head. Reverse the process as you exhale through your mouth.

“Deep breathing counters the effects of stress by slowing the heart rate and lowering blood pressure,” psychologist Judith Tutin, PhD, says. She's a certified life
coach in Rome, GA.

3. Be Present

Slow down.

“Take 5 minutes and focus on only one behavior with awareness,” Tutin says. Notice how the air feels on your face when you’re walking and how your feet feel
hitting the ground. Enjoy the texture and taste of each bite of food.

When you spend time in the moment and focus on your senses, you should feel less tense.

4. Reach Out

Your social network is one of your best tools for handling stress. Talk to others -- preferably face to face, or at least on the phone. Share what's going on. You can
get a fresh perspective while keeping your connection strong.

5. Tune In to Your Body

Mentally scan your body to get a sense of how stress affects it each day. Lie on your back, or sit with your feet on the floor. Start at your toes and work your way up
to your scalp, noticing how your body feels

6. Decompress

Place a warm heat wrap around your neck and shoulders for 10 minutes. Close your eyes and relax your face, neck, upper chest, and back muscles. Remove the
wrap, and use a tennis ball or foam roller to massage away tension.

“Place the ball between your back and the wall. Lean into the ball, and hold gentle pressure for up to 15 seconds. Then move the ball to another spot, and apply
pressure,” says Cathy Benninger, a nurse practitioner and assistant professor at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center in Columbus.

7. Laugh Out Loud

A good belly laugh doesn’t just lighten the load mentally. It lowers cortisol, your body’s stress hormone, and boosts brain chemicals called endorphins, which help
your mood. Lighten up by tuning in to your favorite sitcom or video, reading the comics, or chatting with someone who makes you smile.

8. Crank Up the Tunes

Research shows that listening to soothing music can lower blood pressure, heart rate, and anxiety. “Create a playlist of songs or nature sounds (the ocean, a
bubbling brook, birds chirping), and allow your mind to focus on the different melodies, instruments, or singers in the piece,” Benninger says. You also can blow off
steam by rocking out to more upbeat tunes -- or singing at the top of your lungs!

9. Get Moving

You don’t have to run in order to get a runner’s high. All forms of exercise, including yoga and walking, can ease depression and anxiety by helping the brain
release feel-good chemicals and by giving your body a chance to practice dealing with stress. You can go for a quick walk around the block, take the stairs up and
down a few flights, or do some stretching exercises like head rolls and shoulder shrugs.


10. Be Grateful

Keep a gratitude journal or several (one by your bed, one in your purse, and one at work) to help you remember all the things that are good in your life.

“Being grateful for your blessings cancels out negative thoughts and worries,” says Joni Emmerling, a wellness coach in Greenville, NC.

Use these journals to savor good experiences like a child’s smile, a sunshine-filled day, and good health. Don’t forget to celebrate accomplishments like mastering
a new task at work or a new hobby.


When you start feeling stressed, spend a few minutes looking through your notes to remind yourself what really matters.
The Anti-Anxiety Food Solution (2011) is a book that advises how to lower anxiety using food and supplementation.

Avoid sugar, processed foods, and caffeine.
3 levels of diet to test for food sensitivities, and another diet to reintroduce traditional foods.
All diets – eat healthy animal protein, nonstarchy fresh vegetables, fresh fruit, good fats.
Foods to test as potential triggers for anxiety: gluten-containing grains, dairy, gluten-free grains, starchy
vegetables, legumes.
Below is a description of the food recommendations in the diet. There’s a lot more in the book.

Use this page as a cheat sheet alongside the book. Send this page to friends, family, and anyone else who you want
to understand what you’re eating on this diet.

Get a copy of The Anti-Anxiety Food Solution for the detailed reasoning behind the recommendations,
questionnaires, testing suggestions, supplementation including balancing brain chemistry with amino acids, tips on
improving your digestion, and lifestyle changes.

The reasoning behind The Anti-Anxiety Food Solution

If there’s no obvious reason for your anxiety, chances are that lifestyle and biochemistry play a role. The guidelines
in this book are designed to help you repair your biochemistry, balance your neurotransmitters, and nourish your
body so you can eliminate your anxiety and panic attacks, and feel calm, relaxed, and worry free.

Anti-anxiety diet plan options in The Anti-Anxiety Food Solution – what to eat and foods to avoid

General guidelines
Optional – baby steps to start the diet
Diet 1: Gluten-free
Diet 2: Gluten-free, dairy-free
Diet 3: Grain-free, dairy-free
Diet 4: Traditional foods
There are 4 different diets you can follow, which are designed for different levels of food sensitivity. Diets 1 and 2
are elimination-challenge diets, in which you quit eating a potentially problematic food for 2 weeks to see if
symptoms resolve, and then reintroduce it to see if symptoms reappear. Starting with diet 1 and working your way
up  to diet 3, stopping at the level that works for you, try each diet for a few weeks and see how you feel; if you still
have anxiety and other mood issues, low energy, or sleep and digestive issues, move on to the next diet. If you’re
following any of diets 1-3 and find you’re doing well and free of anxiety, you can experiment with Diet 4, which is the
least restrictive.

If you have serious mood problems, are taking medications, or are pregnant or breastfeeding, consult with a
professional about following the guidelines in the book.

General guidelines

Foods to eat in The Anti-Anxiety Food Solution – general
Eat real, whole, good-quality foods, preferably organic, with plenty of variety
Eat frequently enough for blood sugar stability – 3 meals and 2 snacks a day. Eat protein, carbohydrates, and good
fats at each meal and most snacks. Have breakfast every day, with protein. Eat according to your unique
biochemical needs
Plate proportions
These depend on the version of this diet you’re following
The recommendations on quantities of what to eat each day are simply guidelines to help you devise your optimum
antianxiety diet. The author advises you don’t get into measuring exact cups of food or counting calories; use the
amounts to guide you, then adjust based on your experience and unique nutritional needs
Example of a well-balanced lunch or dinner plate: One quarter of the plate could be a piece of grilled lamb or beef
or fish (protein); one quarter of the plate could be a sweet potato (starchy vegetable) with melted butter (some fat),
or brown rice (grain) drizzled with olive oil (some fat); half of the plate could be steamed broccoli, cauliflower, and
asparagus (nonstarchy vegetables), also drizzled with butter or olive oil (more fat)
To accompany the meal, you might have a few tablespoons of sauerkraut (a bonus food) and a salad (nonstarchy
vegetables and leafy greens) with mung bean sprouts (another bonus food), sliced avocado (more fat), sesame
seeds (more fat), and a homemade dressing of olive oil (more fat), apple cider vinegar (another bonus food), and
fresh herbs (another bonus food). This could be followed by some fresh or baked fruit, served with coconut milk or
fresh cream (some fat)
Overconsumption of anything sweet, even fruit, isn’t good for you
Animal protein (all Diets)
Serving size: Eat a 3- to 4-ounce serving of a quality protein three times a day. Each 3- to 4-ounce serving is a palm-
sized portion and provides 20-30 grams of protein. Eat fish, including some oily fish, two or three times a week
All of your animal protein should be free of antibiotics and hormones
Meat – grass-fed meat, wild game – e.g. beef, bison, lamb, wild game
Poultry – pastured poultry; the next best choice is organic
Eggs – from pastured poultry – three eggs is equivalent to one protein serving
Fish – wild fish, low-mercury – e.g. cod, Pacific halibut, pilchards, sablefish, Alaskan salmon, sardines, sole, trout.
Smaller wild fish are the best choice. If using canned fish, ensure it is canned in olive oil or water, not cottonseed
oil
Other seafood – wild – e.g. clams, crab, mussels, oysters, shrimp. Make sure that any shellfish you purchase are
harvested from clean, wild waters, since they tend to accumulate toxins
(Diets 1 and 4 only) Whey protein powder – a serving of whey should be 20-30 grams of protein
Nonstarchy fresh vegetables (all Diets)
Serving size: Aim for at least 4 and preferably more servings of nonstarchy vegetables a day. A serving is about 1
cup for cooked vegetables, or double that for raw leafy greens and salads
All colors of the rainbow
Organic or pesticide free, and preferably locally grown
It’s best not to boil vegetables, as this leaches out many of the nutrients – if you do boil vegetables, try to use the
water in a soup, sauce, or broth
Nonstarchy vegetables e.g. artichokes, arugula, asparagus, avocados, baby greens, beet greens, bell peppers, bok
choy, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, burdock, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, celery, chard, collard greens, crookneck
squash, cucumber, daikon radish, dandelion greens, eggplant, fennel, garlic, ginger, green beans, green leafy
vegetables, kale, lettuce, mushrooms, mustard greens, nettles, onions, pattypan squash, radishes, salad greens,
spinach, sweet peas, summer squash, tomatoes, turnips, water chestnuts, zucchini
Herbs e.g. cilantro, parsley
Fresh fruit (all Diets)
Serving size: 2-4 servings daily (less of the higher-sugar tropical fruits). A serving is typically equivalent to about
one small apple or ½ cup of berries.
Organic or pesticide free, and preferably locally grown
You may have to reduce or totally eliminate fruit for a short time if candida is an issue
E.g. apples, apricots, bananas, berries, blackberries, blueberries, cantaloupe melon, cherries, cranberries, figs,
grapefruit, grapes, honeydew melon, kiwi/kiwifruit, lemons, mangos, melons, nectarines, oranges, papayas,
peaches, pears, pineapple, plums, raspberries, strawberries, tangerines, watermelon
Dried fruit can be eaten in small amounts, although it can be a problem with candida
Good fats (all Diets)
Serving size: Eat some form of good fat with each meal and snack. Each day, eat at least ¼ cup (and preferably
more) of good fats and ¼ cup of nuts and seeds, and be aware that you may need more, especially if you’re eating
fewer starches
Oils – coconut oil, flaxseed oil, olive oil
Animal fats – butter or ghee/clarified butter (diets 1 and 4 only)
Avocados, olives
Nuts – e.g. almonds, Brazil nuts, cashews, coconut and coconut products, walnuts. Nuts should be soaked before
you eat them
Seeds – e.g. flaxseeds, pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds. Seeds should be soaked before you eat
them
Pemmican
Beverages (all Diets)
Keep hydrated
Water – drink plenty of pure water
Herbal teas
Fresh vegetable juices
Broths
Coconut water
Fermented beverages like kombucha or water kefir
Legumes (Diets 1, 2, 4)
Only on Diet 1 (gluten-free), Diet 2 (gluten-free, dairy-free), and Diet 4 (traditional). These are “watch” foods that
may trigger anxiety
Serving size: Aim for up to ½ cup of cooked legumes a few times a week
Beans, e.g. black beans, pinto beans
Chickpeas/garbanzo beans, hummus
Lentils
Dried peas, e.g. black-eyed peas, split peas
Starchy fresh vegetables (Diets 1, 2, 4)
Only on Diet 1 (gluten-free), Diet 2 (gluten-free, dairy-free), and Diet 4 (traditional). These are “watch” foods that
may trigger anxiety
Serving size: Aim for at least 1 serving a day (interchangeable with whole grains). One serving is about 1 cup,
cooked
Choose vegetables that are organic, local, and in season, and steam or bake them rather than boiling (except in
dishes like soups and stews, where the cooking liquid is part of the dish). Drizzle with butter (when allowed in your
diet) or oil to enhance nutrient absorption and reduce their effect on blood sugar
E.g. beets, corn, peas, potatoes, sweet potatoes, turnips, winter squash such as butternut squash and pumpkin
Gluten-free whole grains (Diets 1, 2, 4)
Only on Diet 1 (gluten-free), Diet 2 (gluten-free, dairy-free), and Diet 4 (traditional). These are “watch” foods that
may trigger anxiety
Serving size: Aim for at least one serving a day. One serving is about 1 cup, cooked (interchangeable with starchy
fresh vegetables)
Preferably soaked, or sprouted
E.g. amaranth, brown rice and other whole grain rice, buckwheat, corn, millet, quinoa, wild rice
Oats are also gluten-free, but if you have celiac disease or a severe gluten sensitivity, be sure to choose certified
gluten-free oats due to cross-contamination in processing and transportation
Whole grains that contain gluten (Diet 4)
Only on Diet 4 (traditional). These are “watch” foods that may trigger anxiety
Serving size: If you tolerate gluten, aim for at least 1 serving a day. One serving is about 1 cup, cooked
Preferably soaked, sprouted, or fermented (such as sourdough)
E.g. barley, rye, whole wheat
Dairy (Diets 1, 4)
Only on Diet 1 (gluten-free) and Diet 4 (traditional). These are “watch” foods that may trigger anxiety
Serving size: Aim to consume what you can tolerate and consider it part of your protein quota
From grass-fed cows, sheep, or goats, not treated with antibiotics and hormones. The next best choice is organic.
If you can’t purchase organic dairy products, at least look for those produced without bovine growth hormone
Raw dairy products are often easier to digest than pasteurized and homogenized. Consuming raw dairy is
controversial, so do your own research and consider this carefully to determine what you’re comfortable with
Products made with goat or sheep milk may be easier for you to digest than those made with cow’s milk. You have
to experiment – give cottage cheese and hard cheeses a try too
You may do just fine with dairy as long as you eat it on a rotating basis, meaning that you only eat whatever dairy
you can tolerate every 3 days or so.
The gluten problems that are common with anxiety and mood issues can damage the gut lining and result in
problems with dairy consumption. Some problems with dairy may disappear after the gut heals
E.g. butter, cheese, ghee, kefir, milk, whey, yogurt
Sweeteners
Natural whole sweeteners – honey (not made by bees who are fed sugar), maple syrup, molasses, date sugar,
dehydrated cane juice, homemade apple sauce may be eaten in small quantities. Can be a problem with candida
Sugar-free sweeteners – stevia and xylitol may be eaten in small quantities
Fruit juice may be drunk, not too often, if very diluted
Dark chocolate (at least 70% cocoa) may be eaten in small quantities – if you’re able to eat just one piece. Can be a
problem with candida
Use alternative sweeteners such as organic fruit, sweet starchy vegetables like sweet potatoes, coconut, spices
like cinnamon and licorice
Bonus foods (all Diets)
Organ meats – e.g. liver, heart, kidneys. If you’re willing to include organ meats, try to eat at least one serving (3-4
ounces) weekly as one of your protein servings
Fermented foods – e.g. yogurt, sauerkraut, kefir, water kefir, kimchi, kombucha, fermented salsa and salad
dressings. Most of these foods are typically eaten in small amounts, like condiments
Broths – homemade bone broths and vegetable broths
Fresh herbs – use garlic, ginger, parsley, and cilantro liberally. Fresh herbs are best, but dried herbs are also fine
High quality unrefined salt – e.g. Celtic sea salt or Himalayan salt. Up to 1 teaspoon daily
Other nutrient-dense foods: whey (on diets that allow dairy), sprouted beans and seeds, raw apple cider vinegar,
sea vegetables/seaweed (e.g. dulse, kelp, kombu, nori), miso (don’t heat it – add just before serving)
If you are a vegetarian, the author respects your personal choices in this matter, but highly encourages you to be
open to the possibility of trying animal proteins, which may alleviate anxiety and depression. If you’re unwilling or
unable to eat meat, consider these sources of protein: legumes, nuts, sprouts, hemp, dairy, and fermented or
sprouted soy products like tempeh and tofu. Make sure you don’t rely heavily on processed soy products. Also
consider supplementing with whey protein, pea protein, or rice protein powder if needed (other supplementation
suggestions are in the book). If you continue to have unresolved mood problems despite implementing the other
suggestions in the book, the author asks you to reassess and consider incorporating eggs and possibly fish into
your diet, and then meat if you’re willing to go that far.

Foods to limit or avoid with The Anti-Anxiety Food Solution – general
Empty foods (Diets 1, 2, 3, 4)
Avoid on all diets
Eat none, ever
If you want to control your anxiety, it’s critical that you avoid sugar and processed foods altogether
Processed foods, including processed carbohydrates – especially those with artificial ingredients, artificial
additives, preservatives, artificial colors, and artificial flavorings. E.g. boxed and packaged foods that contain
additives, preservatives, artificial colors, and flavoring agents such as MSG and its many variants (e.g. hydrolyzed
protein, autolyzed yeast, sodium caseinate); doughnuts, white bread, cookies, cakes, candy, energy bars,
processed meats, fast food, most condiments, most canned foods
Processed sugars – sugar, agave nectar, barley malt, brown sugar, corn syrup, dextrin, dextrose, fructose, fruit
juice concentrate, glucose, high fructose corn syrup HFCS, invert sugar, isomalt, lactose, maltodextrin, maltose,
malt syrup, rice syrup, saccharose, sucrose, syrup, turbinado sugar, xylose
Sodas, energy drinks
Artificial sweeteners – e.g. acesulfame K, aspartame, neotame, saccharin, sucralose
Bad fats – trans fats, hydrogenated oils, margarines, processed vegetable-based oils such as canola oil, corn oil,
soy oil, oils that are heat processed and deodorized, salad dressings that contain them. (Cold-pressed olive oil is
okay)
Genetically modified/GMO foods
Caffeine, including coffee and tea. Sometimes the only change that anxious people need to make is to avoid
caffeine
Foods that you have sensitivities towards
For some people, food sensitivities can be a factor in anxiety due to gut damage and nutrient deficiencies, as well
as stressing the adrenals
The foods that most commonly cause reactions are wheat, dairy, eggs, beef, citrus, and pork, which together cause
80% of delayed food reactions
Somewhat problematic foods include corn, soy, nuts, chocolate, and cane sugar
Other foods that may cause sensitivities include nightshades (tomatoes, potatoes, eggplant, peppers), families of
foods, or foods rich in oxalates (including many leafy greens, nuts, and fruits, as well as wheat, soy, cocoa, black
tea, chocolate, and some vegetables)
Potentially, any food can result in a delayed food reaction. You can identify other food sensitivities with IgG testing
Legumes (Diet 3)
Avoid all legumes on Diet 3 (grain-free, dairy-free)
Avoid processed soy in all diets (Diets 1, 2, 3, 4)
Starchy fresh vegetables (Diet 3)
Avoid on Diet 3 (grain-free, dairy-free)
Gluten-free whole grains (Diet 3)
Avoid on Diet 3 (grain-free, dairy-free)
Grains that contain gluten (Diets 1, 2, 3)
Avoid on Diet 1 (gluten-free), Diet 2 (gluten-free, dairy-free), and Diet 3 (grain-free, dairy-free)
Dairy (Diets 2, 3)
Avoid all dairy on Diet 2 (gluten-free, dairy-free), and Diet 3 (grain-free, dairy-free)
A few forms of dairy are less likely to be problematic – whey, ghee/clarified butter, and, for some people, fermented
or raw-dairy products (check risks), or those made from sheep or goat milk.
Avoid fat-free dairy in all diets (Diets 1, 2, 3, 4)
Recommended recipe and food resources
The New Whole Foods Encyclopedia by Rebecca Wood
Julia’s Kitchen Wisdom by Julia Child
The Bold Vegetarian by Bharti Kirchner
Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon and Mary Enig
Cooking to Heal by Julie Matthews

Optional – Baby steps to start the diet

If you want to take baby steps getting on to the diet rather than a sudden change of diet, here are the suggested
steps:

Avoid sugar, foods containing sugar, and “white foods” (white flour, white rice, white pasta, and other refined
grains)
Avoid all boxed and processed foods and all foods containing artificial colors and other additives
Avoid foods that you’re sensitive to or that commonly cause problems, such as wheat (even whole or sprouted
wheat)
Include more high-quality vegetables, fruit, and protein
Be sure to eat breakfast (including some protein) and healthy snacks
Switch to all or mostly organic foods and start to experiment with bonus foods
For protein, switch to grass-fed meat, pastured poultry and eggs, and wild fish and seafood
Eat fermented foods, soaked grains (if you tolerate grains), organ meats, and broths regularly
Whenever possible, eat local and seasonal foods
The Anti-Anxiety Food Solution Diet 1 – Gluten-free

Start with this diet. This is a two-week gluten elimination-challenge trial.

Eat this way for 2 weeks, and observe symptoms related to anxiety, depression, energy, focus, bloating, gas, and
constipation, and note any changes. Use the Food, Mood, Energy, Cravings, and Sleep Log (appendix 2 of the book)
to monitor what you eat and when, how you feel before you eat (tired, hungry, ravenous, needing comfort, etc.),
how you feel after you eat (tired, happy, satisfied, comforted, energized, and so on), and bowel movements
Foods to eat in The Anti-Anxiety Food Solution Diet 1 – Gluten-free
See full list of foods to eat and portion guidelines above – only those marked Diet 1 – Gluten-free, or All Diets

Animal proteins
Nonstarchy vegetable proteins
Fresh fruit
Good fats
Beverages
Legumes
Starchy fresh vegetables
Gluten-free whole grains
Dairy
Bonus foods
Foods to avoid or limit with The Anti-Anxiety Food Solution Diet 1 – Gluten-free
See full list of foods to avoid above – only those marked Diet 1 – Gluten-free, or All Diets

Grains that contain gluten
Empty foods
Diet 1 challenge/reintroduction phase
On day 15, consume something with gluten at both breakfast and lunch (this is the challenge phase), and then don’t
eat anything with gluten for 3 days. Yeast may also be a problem, so the author recommends that you choose yeast-
free bread for testing; try something like yeast-free pancakes or a muffin for breakfast and pasta for lunch
Observe for adverse effects over the course of the next 3 days, since delayed reactions can take that long to show
up. Watch for increased anxiety, moodiness, depression, irritability, fatigue, difficulty focusing, bloating, gas, a
change in your bowel movements, or an increase in aches and pains
If you notice increased symptoms during the challenge phase, you’re probably sensitive to gluten. This may be a
true allergy, a delayed reaction, or celiac disease. Further testing can help determine which it is. Or you may not
have any increase in symptoms, in which case gluten sensitivity probably isn’t an issue for you. if you aren’t certain,
you can go off gluten for another 2 weeks and then challenge again
If you’re following this diet and find you’re doing well and free of anxiety, you can experiment with a traditional
foods approach, Diet 4
If you try this diet for a few weeks and still have problems that seem to be diet related, move on to Diet 2 – gluten-
free, dairy free
The Anti-Anxiety Food Solution Diet 2 – Gluten-free, dairy-free

If you try Diet 1 for a few weeks and still have problems that seem to be diet related, eliminate dairy for 2 weeks and
then reintroduce it, as described for Diet 1.

If you already know you don’t tolerate dairy well, there’s no need to reintroduce it, and you can begin with this diet,
rather than a solely gluten-free one.

Foods to eat in The Anti-Anxiety Food Solution Diet 2 – Gluten-free, dairy-free
See full list of foods to eat and portion guidelines above – only those marked Diet 2 – Gluten-free, dairy-free, or All
Diets

Animal proteins
Nonstarchy vegetable proteins
Fresh fruit
Good fats
Beverages
Legumes
Starchy fresh vegetables
Gluten-free whole grains
Bonus foods
Foods to avoid or limit with The Anti-Anxiety Food Solution Diet 2 – Gluten-free, dairy-free
See full list of what foods to avoid above – only those marked Diet 2 – Gluten-free, dairy-free, or All Diets

Grains that contain gluten
Dairy
Empty foods
Diet 2 challenge/reintroduction phase
On day 15, consume something with dairy at both breakfast and lunch (this is the challenge phase), and then don’t
eat anything with dairy for 3 days
Observe for adverse effects over the course of the next 3 days, since delayed reactions can take that long to show
up. Watch for increased anxiety, moodiness, depression, irritability, fatigue, difficulty focusing, bloating, gas, a
change in your bowel movements, or an increase in aches and pains
If you notice increased symptoms during the challenge phase, you’re probably sensitive to dairy. Or you may not
have any increase in symptoms, in which case dairy sensitivity probably isn’t an issue for you. if you aren’t certain,
you can go off dairy for another 2 weeks and then challenge again
If you’re following this diet and find you’re doing well and free of anxiety, you can experiment with a traditional
foods approach, Diet 4
If you try this diet for a few weeks and still have problems that seem to be diet related, move on to Diet 3 – grain-
free, dairy free
The Anti-Anxiety Food Solution Diet 3 – Grain-free, dairy-free

If you try Diet 2 for a few weeks and still have anxiety or other mood issues, low energy, or sleep and digestive
issues, try this diet, which is the most restrictive. This diet is completely free of all grains (including gluten-free
grains) and dairy, and also free of starchy vegetables and legumes.

This is a modified version of The Paleo Diet by Loren Cordain and the approach advocated by Natasha Campbell-
McBride in Gut and Psychology Syndrome.

Some people feel moody, anxious, tired, or restless after eating any grains, starchy vegetables, or legumes, and it’s
possible that these carbohydrates are not being digested and instead are fermenting and feeding harmful bacteria
in your digestive system. If this is the case, it’s worth doing an elimination-challenge trial and following the Specific
Carbohydrate Diet (SCD) / Gut and Psychology Syndrome (GAPS) guidelines. Follow the diet while not relying so
heavily on nuts and nut flours for baking. This diet is also very beneficial if you have candida overgrowth, a
bacterial imbalance, or parasites

The amount of carbohydrate is very low if you’re following this diet, so you’ll need to eat more protein and fat.

Foods to eat in The Anti-Anxiety Food Solution Diet 3 – Grain-free, dairy-free
See full list of foods to eat and portion guidelines above – only those marked Diet 3 – Grain-free, dairy-free, or All
Diets

Animal proteins
Nonstarchy vegetable proteins
Fresh fruit
Good fats
Beverages
Bonus foods
Foods to avoid or limit with The Anti-Anxiety Food Solution Diet 3 – Grain-free, dairy-free
See full list of foods to avoid above – only those marked Diet 3 – Grain-free, dairy-free, or All Diets

All grains
Legumes
Starchy vegetables
Dairy
Empty foods
Diet 3 challenge/reintroduction phase
There aren’t clear guidelines in the book about how/whether to challenge/reintroduce foods for this diet –
presumably follow similar guidelines to Diets 1 and 2, challenging each type of food separately
If you’re following this diet and find you’re doing well and free of anxiety, you can experiment with a traditional
foods approach, Diet 4
The Anti-Anxiety Food Solution Diet 4 – Traditional foods

If you’re following any of the previous diets and find you’re doing well and free of anxiety, you can experiment with
a traditional foods approach, which is the least restrictive and includes, among other things, fermented grains and
raw dairy.

If you have celiac disease, food allergies, or food sensitivities, continue to exclude the foods you have difficulty
with.

This is a modified version of the approach proposed by Sally Fallon in Nourishing Traditions.

Foods to eat in The Anti-Anxiety Food Solution Diet 4 – Traditional foods
See full list of foods to eat and portion guidelines above – only those marked Diet 4 – Traditional foods, or All Diets

Animal proteins
Nonstarchy vegetable proteins
Fresh fruit
Good fats
Beverages
Legumes
Starchy fresh vegetables
Gluten-free whole grains – soaked, sprouted, or fermented
Whole grains that contain gluten – soaked, sprouted, or fermented
Dairy – raw, preferably fermented
Bonus foods
Foods to avoid or limit with The Anti-Anxiety Food Solution Diet 4 – Traditional foods
See full list of foods to avoid above – only those marked Diet 4 – Traditional foods, or All Diets

Empty foods
Health benefits claimed in The Anti-Anxiety Food Solution

The diets in this book claims to reduce the risks for: agitation, anxiety, brain allergies, cerebral allergies,
depression, feeling overwhelmed, fears, generalized anxiety disorder GAD, insomnia, irritability, mood swings,
obsessive-compulsive disorder OCD, panic attacks, panic disorder, phobias, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
social anxiety disorder, social phobia, specific phobias

As always, this is not intended to be a replacement for professional medical diagnosis or treatment for a medical
condition. Consult your doctor before starting a new diet. This page describes what the authors of the diet
recommend – Chewfo is describing the diet only, not endorsing it.

Get a copy of The Anti-Anxiety Food Solution for the detailed reasoning behind the recommendations,
questionnaires, testing suggestions, supplementation including balancing brain chemistry with amino acids, tips on
improving your digestion, and lifestyle changes.

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look at exercises that can lengthen your spine, consequently making you taller. The secret lies in between your
spine’s bone discs, the so-called vertebrates. These discs are made up of connective tissues, which are bones
that are not as solid as your other bones. They are found to be most susceptible to exercises that lengthen and
sometimes even stretch them. Hence, this is what we are going to focus on when we use exercises to lengthen
your spine. See, increasing your height means achieving a height that is your personal best. If you concentrate on
the right body parts on every step of the way, you can increase your height step by step. In respect to your spine,
we essentially want to decompress the spaces between those bone discs that we have just talked about.

My guess is that you have stretched your body before, even if last time was during high school or elementary
school. In other words, this should be a topic that you are already somewhat familiar with. You may have heard of
stretching exercises that are supposed to make you taller. Here it is important that you understand that these
stretching exercises are not going to lengthen your bones. Your bones are of solid mass and there’s no way you
can stretch solid bone mass. However, as we have just discovered, you can decompress your spine and thus
increase your height. This is where stretching is going to be useful. Stretching exercises that you can do are cobra
stretches, cat stretches, basic leg stretches, the bridge, the table, bow downs, super stretches and twists. Please
make sure you consult with a trainer before you attempt any of these stretches by yourselves.

If you have access to a gym, I’d also add some hanging exercises to your workout. Even if you just bought a bar
that you can install in one of your door frames, you can do some of these hanging exercises, which can be as
simple as just hanging on the bar. Do that for about ten seconds a few times to stretch your arms, your spine and
your whole back. Do that for at least 30 minutes every week. That’s why I always suggest doing it for like 5 minutes
every day. Feel free to add some weight for a better stretch, just please be very careful here.

If you can, you should also pick up swimming. The best swimming style for our purposes is the breast stroke. This
is a very enjoyable exercise and is really good to decompress your spine. There are two reasons why swimming is
so great: firstly, if you properly execute the breast strokes, you are stretching your arms and legs with every
stroke; secondly, in the water you are counterbalancing gravity, and it is gravity that is responsible for
compressing your spine in the first place.

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