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Link Between Food and Mood Swings Revealed By Mooloolaba Life Coach


QUEENSLAND, Australia February, 2013 – Consider this – that feeling of being trapped in one’s own life, stuck in a rut, or struggling with life every single day whilst suffering from low self-esteem, mood swings, low energy levels, poor concentration, and having no purpose at all. How about that indescribable sense of foreboding, that constant feeling that something bad is going to happen… that tight feeling in the chest that makes it extremely hard to breathe? These are just a few symptoms of anxiety and/or depression. Unfortunately, many turn to prescription drugs or even illegal substances to combat these symptoms without first taking a look at the underlying factors. Mooloolaba life coach, NLP practitioner and natural therapist Tracey Carmichael is taking a stand and urging Australians to look at the link between food and mood swings first.

Tracey Carmichael, Director and Founder of Happy Mind Formula Pty Ltd says, “Our ancestors worked hard for the food they ate. The foods they found were all unrefined, and were often only available seasonally. Gathering food took a lot of energy, so they had no problem burning off any excess. These days food is all around us and it takes very little energy to gather. We simply pop down to the shop or even order online and wait for delivery. While our ancestors worked hard to find enough to eat, we have to work hard to avoid eating too much!”

After many years of research, trial and error, and beating the battle against depression personally, Tracey discovered a way for people to move from depression to happiness using a few small changes in their lives and completely without drugs. She is now sharing all of her tips and strategies in the book ‘Happy Mind Formula – Your Action Plan to Mental and Physical Wellbeing’ in an effort to help others overcome depression naturally too.

Tracey points to Dr Sherry A Rogers, who wrote “In the 26 years I have been in medicine, if I had to choose the number one food that has caused the most depression, it would be sugar. The second most common food to cause depression is wheat.”

According to a study from the University College London UK, people who eat a diet high in processed foods have a 58% higher risk of depression than those who eat foods that have had no human interference.

The Happy Mind Formula outlines how certain foods, alcohol, drugs, and caffeine can have a significant impact on mental health. Not only does the book explain the link between food and mood swings and exactly what carbohydrates, sugar, wheat, protein, fats and oils are (without any of the conflicting and confusing information currently available on the Internet), Tracey also shows readers how to prepare delicious wheat, gluten, and sugar free meals. The Happy Mind Formula has over 150 recipes and food combinations that take between 5 and 20 minutes to prepare.

The Happy Mind Food Formula is a treatment for depression that involves swapping highly processed foods and simple carbohydrates made up of wheat and sugar for proteins, complex carbohydrates and essential fatty acids and oils. It is not suggested that people eat less; in fact some people will find they are eating more on this program and still losing weight. This is not a diet; it is the way humans should have been eating all along, as previous generations did.
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