201. Fueling the Mind: Nourishing Solutions for Anxiety with Ali Miller RD

Date Aired: June 27, 2023 // Guest: Ali Miller

Episode Description:

In this engaging interview with Ali Miller, we delve into the fascinating mechanisms by which the human body adapts to stress, exploring the transformative potential of a “food as medicine” approach in restoring harmonious balance across various bodily systems. During our conversation, we explore a myriad of captivating topics, including:

  • Stress and chronic infections
  • Neurotransmitters and gut flora
  • Influence of pathogens on inflammation
  • Supplement strategy and labs
  • Symptoms of imbalanced neurotransmitters
  • SSRI’s vs as medicine approach to mental health
  • How to approach anxiety from a holistic approach
  • L-theanine as nootropic and cognitive enhancer
  • Magnesium bis-glycinate for cortisol response
  • Adrenal insufficiency and hormones
  • Symptoms of DHEA imbalance
  • How to use Vitamin C for adrenal support
  • Importance of fat for building hormone
  • Recipes for hormone balance


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More About The Guest

Ali Miller

Ali Miller, RD, LD, CDE is a Registered Dietitian with a naturopathic background and a contagious passion for using nutrients and food as the foundation of treatment protocols and programs. She is the author of international best seller The Anti-Anxiety Diet, as well as The Anti-Anxiety Diet Cookbook, and Naturally Nourished: Food-As-Medicine for Optimal Health.  

The Health Institute

The Health Institute was founded by Dr. Josh Axe to teach the ancient principles of health to the modern world. Our mission is to empower every individual to transform their mind and body through time-tested practices and protocols that have helped people heal for thousands of years.