Foods & Herbs for stress & anxiety Health communication specialist Volunteer
Skilled volunteers needed to be recruited to conduct public health program activities to support the program objectives
Collect and evaluate primary data
Abstraction of evidence on mechanism of action (pathways)
Grade the level of evidence available
Personnel from the health science field who can conduct literature review (interpret/evaluate scientific findings, search public health databases, grade body the literature)
Health communication specialist/health education specialist
MPH/DPH evaluation specialist, intervention researcher, research scientist etc. with experience in conducting program evaluation
Biochemist and biophysicists
Skilled recipe creator for the subscription box items
Graphic designer to design the recipe card for consumers
Challenges that you can help us address:
There is limited literature on identifying the population risk factors at the subthreshold level
Literature is available for subthreshold GAD and PTSD
Unable to find literature on subthreshold acute, episodic, and chronic stress disorders
Determinants of diet (as previously covered)
Underwhelming evidence to strongly support such health claims and arrive at strong scientific conclusions on safety and efficacy for majority of herbal products available on the market.
Lack of literature on the prevention and treatment of stress and anxiety particularly at the subthreshold level.
Identify food consumption pathways to alleviating specific types of stress, sleep, and anxiety through medicinal foods.
Identify chemical substances found in medicinal foods that can address different types of stress, sleep, and anxiety.
Identify foods that contain the beneficial chemical substances.
Identify what types of stress/anxiety can be managed through consumption of the identified chemical substances in the food.
Keep track of resources for transparency purposes and to reduce redundancies in effort.
Identify food synergy
Identify foods will work together to increase benefits
Identify foods have a harmful synergy
Identify interaction with herbs/supplements
Identify interaction with foods
Make sure medicinal foods are NOT going to have a harmful interaction with the user’s medication, current diet, and other herbs/supplements
How long to prescribe the foods
How often to take the foods
Dosage for optimal benefits
Health conditions to take into consideration
How to incorporate medicinal foods into one’s diet
Conduct subscription box recommendations for Stress, Sleep, and Anxiety (Collaboration)
Taken into consideration harmful effects from food synergy and interaction
Choose what to include in each box to address each different type of anxiety
i.e. PTSD, OCD, GAD, social anxiety, phobias etc..
i.e. address social anxiety and acute stress etc.. identify different combos and how to address those specific types of stress, anxiety and sleep issues
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