Free Event to Optimize Mental Wellness




Join Amare Global and Dr. Shawn Talbott, who has focused for two decades on the links between nutrition, biochemistry and psychology, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., March 3, at the Crowne Plaza Boston, in Newton, for a free, educational event about groundbreaking science in the holistic health field around gut/brain health and mental wellness.

According to a survey in 2016 from the National Institute on Mental Health, one in six Americans will experience a mental health challenge this year, such as feeling stressed or anxious, having trouble sleeping or dropping weight, or losing focus or mental clarity. There is now a paradigm shift in science showing the gut may be at the root of these issues.

In the last few years, scientists have learned the importance of microbiome balance in regulating mood, mental focus, as well as emotional and physical well-being. Talbott will explain how the gut/brain axis talks to each other through a complex network of nerves, cells and biochemicals. Attendees will leave with an actionable plan that can be implemented immediately.

Amare Global, The Mental Wellness Company, is on the forefront of addressing these issues, using only the best aspects of both ancient traditions and modern scientific principles. It is creating a platform of natural mental wellness solutions, programs, education and technology to provide holistic and natural solutions to help people optimize their mental wellness and stress resiliency.

Cost: Free. Location: 320 Washington St., Newton. For more information, call 978-877- 6122. Register at eventbrite.com/e/amare-global-launch-tour-boston-tickets-42507564269.

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