According to a study on brain behavior and immunity, a diet rich in processed foods can affect you not only physically, but can have side affects on mental health and wellbeing. What we put in your bodies can contribute to depression and anxiety, and effect our mood. Why? On today show we will find out!
Join Lucia and her guest Lindsey Smith, (aka the Food Mood Girl,) as they talk about the importance and connection between food and mood. Lindsey is a nationally recognized author, certified holistic health coach, speaker, and blogger. Join the conversation as we talk about why gut health is so important for our minds and moods, the science behind it, and some delicious recipes you can take with you that can reduce anxiety and stress, and feel better to live brightly and well!
For more about Lindsey, visit her website: foodmoodgirl.com
and all her socials: @LindseySmithHHC
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Lindsey Smith, known as the Food Mood Girl, is a nationally recognized author, health coach, dynamic speaker, wellness icon, and rapper (you read that right) devoted to helping everyone live a more vibrant life through self-love and guilt-free living.
Affected by anxiety from a young age, Lindsey reached out to coaches and mentors to help her reduce negativity and toxic thinking from her life.
The rest is history.
Author of “Junk Foods & Junk Moods,” “52 Ways to Love Your Body More,” and “Food Guilt No More,” Lindsey believes in a holistic approach to health. That a well-balanced life involves eating your veggies and occasionally indulging in that double chocolate brownie. She’s here to help you find your empowered, kind, and fearless inner voice.
Lindsey has been featured on the Lisa Oz Show, MindBodyGreen, CBS News, and in Girl’s Life and Shape magazines, and is a regular fixture in the media in her native Pittsburgh.
When she isn’t traveling across the U.S. to share her tips for more positive thinking, eating, and living, you can find Lindsey sipping down kale smoothies, laying down a rap, or playing fetch with her ever cute and energetic adopted pup, Winnie Cooper!
Get to know Lindsey and find out how to boost your capacity for self-love at www.FoodMoodGirl.com.