Emily Anderson



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Women, LGBTQIA+, Patients with depression

About Emily

Coming from a family of 6 sisters with medical diagnoses that warranted nutrition therapy fueled my passion to use nutrition as a tool to improve quality of life for women.

Get To Know Emily

Favorite cultural dish or comfort food: Sushi – Japanese food

Go-to morning beverage: Better Days caffeinated greens

Favorite thing to purchase at the grocery store or farmer’s market: truffle pasta

What I listen to for inspiration: Brene brown or James Clear

Sleep ritual I never forget: Bedtime meditation

Favorite recipe: Anything with pasta

Favorite nutrient-packed snack: Pumpkin seeds

Favorite book/TV show/movie: Little Fires Everywhere

Grocery shopping tip: Always add more, not less!

What’s one small thing someone can do today to work toward a balanced eating pattern/lifestyle? Focus on adding more nutrient rich ingredients to their plate

A mindful eating moment you had recently: Protein at every meal is critical

A habit you swear by: Meditation, always

What’s your nutrition superpower? Always having snacks on hand

Nutrition philosophy in a nutshell: In reaching nutrition goals, always focus on what you want instead of what you don’t want.

Nutrition myth or trend you find particularly annoying and would like to set the record straight: Seed oils and oatmeal being “bad” for you! (🤢)


Bachelors of Science in Dietetics, Brigham Young University

Dietetic Internship:
Baylor University Medical Center

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