I want to help you achieve optimal health and I am traveling all over the world to find the answers to prevent disease, increase energy, lose weight, and live your longest, best life.
I have not always been the picture of health. For many years, I too, had poor health, no energy, digestive problems, skin breakouts, brain fog, insomnia, depression, anxiety, ADD, frequent colds and flu, congestion, irritability, weight gain, thyroid problems, hair loss, rashes, arthritis, PMS, anemia and more.
And I didn’t know why.
I ate what I thought was a very healthy diet. I was a vegan, and I ate lots of fresh organic foods. I exercised, I got to bed early, I didn’t smoke, didn’t drink very much, or have any awful health habits.
I finally tried an elimination diet and found out I several food allergies and senstivities–to gluten, corn, dairy, and soy. I began to voraciously study everything I could about diet, food allergies and nutrition. I studied the science of eating and how our bodies absorb food or don’t absorb food.
I looked behind the scenes to find out the REAL truth about healthy eating. Many of the foods that we were told were healthy were not REALLY not so healthy after all! They caused chronic health problems, blood sugar highs and lows, low energy, mood swings and weight gain.
While it took me over 30 years to figure all this out by researching and studying nutrition experts, doctors, dietitians, and weight loss experts, I have found the secrets to slow down aging and prevent disease, increase energy, burn off fat, and feel great.
The answer is simple. Eat REAL food. Eat simply. Eat healthy.
Most of the food purchased in grocery stores is a concoction of processed, industrialized, chemically complex substances that are far removed from any natural origins? Even the so-called ‘health’ foods. Our bodies do not recognize, and cannot process these unnatural substances and the many modern diseases that are near now near epidemic are rooted in these processed, factory foods.
High carb, low carb, high protein, low calorie, low fat, vegetarianism, raw food diets have made eating so very complicated. And the messages we get are extremely confusing and contradictory. No wonder we don’t know what to eat
Eating for good health does not have to be complicated. Nutrition can be simple and you can start with eating foods that you recognize and that your body recognizes.
Nutrition made simple. Simple. Smart. Nutrition.
Who is Catherine?
Catherine (Cat) Ebeling is an RN with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing, and over thirty years studying diet, health and nutrition, along with twelve years in the fitness business as a certified personal trainer, and certified diet and weight loss consultant. She is currently working on her graduate degree in nursing (MSN) and public health.
After learning that she had serious food allergies, including full blown celiac disease, she dove headlong into studying diet and nutrition.
As a part of the medical community herself, it became clear that there was a lot of ignorance among conventional healthcare professionals with regard to nutrition and health, and she became a resource for doctors, nurses, and patients on diet and health.
Cat has added to her health studies by traveling abroad to some of the healthiest regions of the world, as noted in Dan Buettner’s book, Blue Zones. She applies that additional knowledge to help others live their longest, healthiest, happiest lives.
Cat has written five books, with her best-selling ebook, “The Fat Burning Kitchen; Your 24 Hour Diet Transformation to Turn Your Body into a Fat-Burning Machine”, co-authored with health and fitness specialist Mike Geary, selling over 500,000 copies worldwide.
Her most recent book on Type 2 Diabetes and Diet is due to be released soon, and Cat will be traveling worldwide to take this message to countries with a high prevalence of diabetes and poor access to medical care, to help in prevention and education of this disease.
Catherine graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelors Degree in Nursing (’05) from St. Louis University, a well-known medical research university.
Cat has been an athlete since she was a child, and has pursued many activities including hiking, running, weight lifting, aerobics, spinning, water skiing and snow skiing, and loves to race her bike.