Health Power (Formerly "Naturally Savvy")

EP #1131: Psychobiotics- A Natural Way to Help Alleviate Anxiety & more with Dr. Nicole Cain

October 06, 2022 Naturally Savvy
Health Power (Formerly "Naturally Savvy")
EP #1131: Psychobiotics- A Natural Way to Help Alleviate Anxiety & more with Dr. Nicole Cain
Show Notes

Lisa is joined by Dr. Nicole Cain, ND MA  who talks about the importance of psychobiotics for mental health.  She is a nationally renowned expert on beating anxiety. She has been quoted as an expert in Forbes and has published articles for Salon Magazine, Well+Good, Psychology Today, The Institute for Natural Medicine, Thrive Global, and Women's Lifestyle Magazine. 

She is the founder of the Anxiety Breakthrough Program and the Anxiety Apothecary. Dr. Nicole Cain has a doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine as well as a Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology and is currently writing a book about integrative solutions for anxiety. 

Her programs are available at and she can be found on Instagram @DrNicoleCain.

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Each Omni-Biotic probiotic strain is analyzed to determine its unique functional characteristics and these strains are then mindfully combined with a targeted outcome in mind. The final formulations are then subjected to independent, clinical trials designed to demonstrate efficacy in humans-the highest standard of evidence in medicine. Omni-Biotic formulations are provided in a convenient powder form which requires reconstitution in water or another non-acidic liquid. This approach maximizes the viability of the probiotics-ensuring they arrive alive and metabolically active in the intestines.

Stress Release

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