Teri Mosey has her Masters degree in Exercise Physiology, completed a chef training program, and earned a PhD in Holistic Nutrition. I reached out to Teri after reading her article in the IDEA Fitness Journal about the connection between food and chronic inflammation. The article is a beautifully written piece detailing why a plant-centered diet (one heavily focused on eating primarily fruits and vegetables) is not only best to prevent chronic diseases such as hypertension, diabetes, heart disease, but is also good for your gut.
Teri Mosey, PhD, is an international speaker, wellness consultant, and author of The Hidden Messages in Food. With twenty five years’ experience in the health and wellness industry and a unique pedigree of education, Teri is helping others heal from chronic health struggles, start feeling good again, and create lifestyles to sustain it. What makes Teri’s approach unique is the holistic perspective she uses, drawing from Eastern wisdom and Western science—seeing health in context to the whole being; physically and energetically. The intention in all that she shares is to inspire, educate, and support others toward becoming the best version of themselves. Connect with Teri at www.terimosey.com.
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*Note - the article cannot be shared here due to contractual reasons, but feel free to contact Teri with questions and refer to her book for more information.
To read more about the diet and inflammation: