Food Mood Expert Trudy Scott is a certified nutritionist on a mission to educate and empower anxious women, guiding them to find nutritional solutions for their anxiety, stress and emotional eating. She educates women about the healing powers of real food and is known for her expertise in the use of targeted individual amino acids, the nutritional solution for the social anxiety condition called pyroluria, and the harmful effects of benzodiazepines.
Trudy works with her clients one-on-one and in groups, serving as a catalyst in bringing about life enhancing mood transformations.
Trudy is a sought-after speaker and you’ll hear her saying this in her presentations: “You deserve to feel your absolute best all the time and there is no reason for not feeling on top of the world every single day!”
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). She is the host of The Anxiety Summit, an online platform for anxiety nutrition education for both consumers and health professionals. It’s been dubbed “a bouquet of hope” and reaches an audience of close to 50,000.
Trudy also teaches nutritionists, functional medicine practitioners and mental health professionals, sharing all the recent research and how-to steps so they too can educate and empower their clients and patients.
Trudy is passionate about sharing these powerful nutritional “food as medicine for anxiety” tools because she experienced the results first-hand, finding complete resolution of her anxiety and panic attacks.
Trudy is a member of National Association of Nutrition Professionals, is past president, served as special advisor to the board for a number of years and was the recipient of the 2012 Impact Award. She is also a member of the Alliance for Addiction Solutions, and Anxiety and Depression Association of America.
Trudy’s wisdom has been featured in Huffington Post, GoodTherapy, PsychCentral, EmpowHER, Chatelaine Magazine, AARP, Cosmopolitan, NPR and Good Day Sacramento.