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Eat to beat ANXIETY

Probably, it’s no surprise to learn that in these uncertain times we can see a rise in our anxiety levels. But what might be more surprising is that we can do something about it – by what and how we eat.

‘If our brain chemistry is right, it will work with equilibrium – meaning, without anxiety,’ says nutritionist Liana Werner-Gray, author of (£13.99, Hay House). ‘Address the nutritional deficiencies in the body, fix the brain chemistry, and a human body won’t suffer with constant

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