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Teri Mosey

Teri Mosey is the founder of Holistic Pathways and has been working in various arenas of the health and fitness industry since 1996. Her knowledge and experience has developed over the years to include studies of Eastern and Western philosophies, yogic perspectives, energy medicine, meditative practices and culinary exploration. Through personal and group dynamics, Teri provides supportive and resourceful environments to assist others in discovering their personal path to wellness. She presents alternative perspectives of biochemistry, human physiology and nutrition by incorporating the principles of holistic living into her work. Teri believes with a dynamic foundation of knowledge combined with personal responsibility and freedom of choice, we can all recognize the power within us to co-create our health and ultimately our lives.

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Genes and Chronic Illness

June 3, 2016

It is important to understand that chronic illnesses, especially those that show up after decades of life, are polygenic. That is, hundreds or thousands of genes are orchestrated in a particular way to manifest that physical illness.

Though the Human Genome Project wanted to isolate the heart disease or cancer gene, the workings of the body are much more complex, with countless variables. No two people have heart disease for the same exact reason or because their gene expression is identical.

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How Diet Influences Gene Expression

May 4, 2016

To read more about how diet and daily activities influence how genes do their jobs, please see “Epigenetics and Food” in the online IDEA Library or in the January 2016 print issue of IDEA Fitness Journal. If you cannot access the full article and would like to, please contact the IDEA Inspired Service Team at…

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Genes and Nutrition

April 21, 2016

Though Hippocrates, the father of modern medicine, said 2,000 years ago, “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food,” modern science did not see much connection between nutrition and health or disease until the past few decades. Today a growing body of research has investigated how food-compounds influence health and how bioactive compounds in our diets affect the expression of genes.

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Epigenetics and Food

December 10, 2015

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When conversations turn to health, it doesn’t take long for the topic of genetics to surface. Comments like “It’s in my genes” or “Well, my parents had heart disease” seem to flow off the lips when we describe our current health status.

But what exactly is the influence of genetics on our health? A new branch of study called epigenetics is starting to provide intriguing answers.

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The Five Elements and Seasonal Eating

February 6, 2015

If we step back and take in the big picture on nutrition, food and our relationship to eating, the human body looks like a miniature version of the universe— everything happening in the external world is also happening within us.

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Eating With the Seasons

December 8, 2014

If we step back and take in the big picture on nutrition, food and our relationship to eating, the human body looks like a miniature version of the universe— everything happening in the external world is also happening within us.

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Colors And Food

June 16, 2014

Have you ever been drawn to a particular color? Is there one you call your favorite? One you strongly dislike? Colors are physical manifestations of energy vibrations that resonate with the frequencies and wavelengths of our individual chakras. The foods we gravitate toward and dislike can provide messages about what aspects of our lives seek nourishment and healing. Since chakras are energy centers where our physical being and soul unite, our needs may be on a physical, mental, emotional or spiritual level.

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Chakra Nutrition

May 19, 2014

If you view food as medicine and a way of life, nutrition takes on a different meaning and purpose. Nourishing the physical being is only one aspect of the eating experience. When you expand your viewpoint, your relationship to food and eating becomes a reflection of how you live. Cravings, aversions and preferred eating environments provide messages on a deeper level. Food becomes a potential pathway for healing and self-exploration.

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