Episode 121
Healing Anxiety, Depression, and Addictions – Episode 121: Julia Ross, M.A.

Ann Louise Gittleman Interviews Julia Ross, M.A.

Julia Ross, M.A., is the author of the bestselling books, The Diet Cure and The Mood Cure, as well as her newest book, The Craving Cure. A renowned innovator in the fields of eating disorders, addictions, and what she calls “False Moods,” Ross has pioneered the use of brain-targeted nutrient therapy to correct the neurotransmitter and blood glucose deficiencies that create negative moods and cravings for toxic foods, drugs, and unwelcome behaviors. Join Ann Louise for a fascinating interview with Julia as they discuss why many suffer from so much anxiety these days – especially our children and the younger generation. Julia explains that restoring the brain's ability to generate positive moods using specific nutrients can not only relieve COVID-related stress, but depression, insomnia, and anxiety as well! Julia also talks about how the same neurotransmitters that program moods also program our appetite for foods. Incorporating mood-targeted nutrients can help us detach from the brain-altering substances we've become dependent on for temporary relief, including junk foods, alcohol, pot, opiates, prescription antidepressants, and tranquilizers. Tune in to this jam-packed, enlightening episode!

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