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Hello, I’m Therese Patterson and I help savvy women become the best versions of themselves by teaching them the ins and outs of Eating for Energy with simple strategies to clean up their diet.

In the last five or so years, the diet industry has pushed consumers to choose a dietary theory camp. You have to be paleo, vegan, raw, vegetarian, or gluten-free—or whatever diet-of-the-year happens to be on trend. God forbid you stray from your camp and you’re shunned, or worse you feel like a lying cheat.

The reality is that nobody wants to live that way and nobody really does. Everyone’s sneaking around on their diets, so why force yourself to pick one way of eating when there are so many ways nutrient-rich foods available to prepare healthful meals?

No more labels. No more guilt. No more grocery store paralysis.

 

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Vitamin E and Bone Health (Yes, Vitamin E!)

Recent studies have indicated that oxidative stress may be a contributing factor in the development of decreased bone density and an increased risk of bone fracture. The study, published in the journal Osteoporosis International, included 21,774 Norwegian men and women aged 65-79 that were part of a community-based health study. Serum Vitamin E concentrations were […]

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Fiber type is key to your weight 🔑

Getting ready to make changes in your diet for the new year? It is known that dietary fiber may play a role in obesity prevention, but different individual fiber sources may be as important. A publication in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition investigated the association of total dietary fiber, cereal fiber, and fruit and […]

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Fish Oil May Lower Risk of Breast Cancer ❤

Recent research adds strong support to the use of fish oil in reducing the most common classification, known as invasive ductal carcinoma. A study conducted by researchers at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle, Washington, included 35,016 postmenopausal women between the ages of 50 and 76. After six years of follow-up, researchers found that […]

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