If you struggle with healthy eating and your body and you’re sick of soul-sucking strategies trying to maintain or change it, you’re not alone.
Unfortunately, eating “well” has become synonymous with rules about “good” and “bad” foods, leaving you feeling like you and your body are the problem if you don’t “succeed.”
The real culprit is “diet culture” — and its perfectionistic portrayal of the look of health – and its solution, to shrink your body at any cost.
The great news is that you can establish healthy eating and self-care habits – no diet culture BS required.
No more restrictive eating plans. No more food guilt. No more berating your body. No willpower necessary.
With a thoughtful and personalized approach to your nutrition and wellness, one that considers the whole you, you will make peace with food and make healthy eating easy.
You will feel good in your body by taking care of your whole self — allowing your body to be where its healthiest.
And you will build a self-care routine that’s sustainable for you – to transform your whole health.
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Hi! I'm Tanya -
Nutrition + Wellness Coach
For over 20 years, I’ve studied and worked in wellness — as a former massage therapist, fitness professional, and nutrition therapy practitioner.
Disheartened with the frustration of clients who “did all the right things” (or tried to!) but still weren’t feeling good about their eating behaviors, their bodies, their whole selves, I looked for another way. (And personally, I was learning that trying to be a “perfect” eater was just plain exhausting — not only for myself but for those around me.)
I discovered a personalized and thoughtful approach to healthy eating and wellness that considers the multi-dimensional thriving of you as a whole person in your whole life to transform not just your nutrition and/or your body image but your whole health.
Together, we’ll collaborate to create a thoughtful and personalized plan to ditch the diet and negative body talk and prioritize time in your daily schedule for self-care that supports not just your nutrition but your whole health — so that ultimately, you can feel and be the best version of your unique self.
The Latest From Tanya's Blog
Think you are addicted to sugar?
You might think you are addicted to sugar. But over the many years that I’ve worked with clients, I’ve learned that cravings for sugar are caused by a multitude of factors including: consistently eating unbalanced meals which creates unbalanced blood sugar levels (so your body is “smart” and boosts cravings for carbohydrates and sugars as the quickest […]Read More
How can I improve my body image?
Positive role models shape a healthy body image Maybe you’re wondering “how can I improve my body image” in our body perfectionist culture? Well, what if you knew when you were younger that all bodies aren’t the same? Every body is different That’s what 26-year-old pop singer and former “American Idol” contestant, Jax, wished somebody had told […]Read More
Make peace with your summer body
Summertime is (finally) here, and the warm temperatures call for shorts, tanks and swimsuits. If you love or like your body, no matter what it looks like, terrific. But if you don’t, baring more skin can produce body insecurities. Over 91% of women report struggling with some aspect of their appearance. It makes sense when women compare […]Read More
3 Reasons why you can’t stop stress and emotional eating (and the solution)
There are three reasons why you can’t stop stress and emotional eating. Rarely is being told “what to eat” by a nutrition expert (or some social media influencer who claims “eat like me, look like me” BS) the solution to the most common nutritional challenges. In fact, not knowing what to eat (16%) is nowhere near the […]Read More
Women Weigh in on Aging Bodies
Wrinkles. Waistlines. Rippled thighs. It feels strange to look in the mirror at my 53-year-old body and no longer see my younger self. I’ll be honest, aging isn’t easy when 20-somethings Botox “wrinkles” and Instagram influencers filter and perfect their images and instruct midlife women to “just skip the carbs” to flatten our rounded bellies. (No thanks). […]Read More
4 Steps to make peace with forbidden foods through Intuitive Eating
How can you possibly have a healthy relationship with salt and vinegar chips, cookies, and salted caramel ice cream – they’re “bad,” “hyper-palatable” – right? And still be healthy? It can feel like the chips (no pun intended – haha) are stacked against you because many of these “forbidden” foods are designed by lab engineers to be […]Read More
3 Reasons to Set Your Scale Aside (and get healthier)
Do you love the idea of ditching your scale, but you’re worried about your weight? If so, you’re not alone. You’ve been taught to focus on your weight (like all of us) – with your BMI number labeling your supposed health status. And holy moly, as a culture, we spend enormous amounts of time, energy and money […]Read More
3 Steps to Banish Body Comparison
Do you struggle with body comparison, your body image? What if you could live your best life in whatever body you have? I’m reading Brene Brown’s new book Atlas of the Heart and was struck by her research on comparison. Brown says that humans are hardwired to default to comparison and that it seems to happen to […]Read More
Digestion, Food Intolerances, Inflammation – The Missing Piece
If your digestion isn’t great and/or you’re worried about gut health or food intolerances causing “inflammation,” bring the power of eating psychology to your plate. As a Nutrition Therapy Practitioner (NTP), I was trained back in 2012 to support clients through an elimination diet as the “gold standard” to find out what foods may be causing your […]Read More
Why Am I Craving Carbs, Sugar?
If you feel like you’re addicted to sugar, craving carbs, you can learn why and make peace with all foods by learning Intuitive Eating. Have you tried to solve this “problem” by restricting these foods? Perhaps you’ve tried a 30-day sugar detox or a “healthy lifestyle” eating plan “to fix” your cravings for carbohydrates, sweets. And maybe […]Read More
10 Benefits of Intuitive Eating
What are the ten benefits of Intuitive Eating? Learn the benefits of Intuitive Eating and how they can help you establish a healthy relationship with food and your body. 1. No more dieting The first principle of Intuitive Eating is Reject the Diet Mentality. Why is this so important? Diets have taught you not to listen to […]Read More
The anti-diet is called Intuitive Eating
“Eating low-carb is part of my healthy lifestyle.” “I have to have a meal plan to eat healthy.” “I’m a sugarholic — I’m addicted to brownies.” “Without portion sizes, I’ll overeat.” Healthy eating has become synonymous with food rules, labeling foods as “good” or “bad,” eliminating gluten, dairy, sugar and processed foods, and restricting the evil macronutrient […]Read More
Reject dieting and learn Intuitive Eating
Maybe you’ve heard that diets don’t work and believe that diet culture’s “thin(er) is better” messaging is toxic. Yet you, like millions of other Americans, still want to lose weight. You find yourself wanting a healthy relationship with food but you’re bombarded by the “New Year, New You” pressure to transform your body. That makes perfect sense. […]Read More
Don’t let diet madness ruin the new year
“When I was little, someone asked me what I wanted to be when I grow up and I said, ‘Small.’ By the time I was 16, I had already experienced being clinically overweight, underweight, and obese. As a child, fat was the first word people used to describe me, which didn’t offend me until I found out […]Read More
Body image can be ‘life thief’ by Jeannette Boner
We’ve all been there. Standing in front of the mirror, pulling at our clothes that seem to stick a little too tightly to our stomachs or arms. Changing out three or four outfits before leaving for the day. Eating a nice lunch out with co-workers while secretly promising ourselves we’ll run an extra 3 miles later or […]Read More
The 4 Body Truths You (and Every Girl) Should Know
The things I love most about my friends have nothing to do with what they look like. Let that truth sink in. I know deep in your heart, dear reader, you feel this way too. But despite that heartfelt truth, weight and appearance take a front seat in most of our lives, driving or crushing our self-confidence. […]Read More
Tips to feel confident when starting out at the gym – Guest Post from LoyoboFIT
I’m so proud to collaborate with some of the leaders in the wellness industry who subscribe to my philosophy of following an anti-diet approach to fitness and body acceptance! LoyoboFIT is one of them! Below is a brief description of their philosophy: “WE ARE NOT YOUR TYPICAL GYM AND WE LIKE IT THAT WAY. We want to […]Read More
Let’s not cave in to the pressures of diet industry
Thin is “ideal,” and more body fat and weight gain are always “bad.” Everybody agrees those statements are true. But are they? Author and registered dietitian Christy Harrison dispels those myths in her book “Anti-Diet” and shares extensive research on the roots of diet culture to show us how we got to today — biased against fat. […]Read More
Body Appreciation Key to Healthful Aging
Scrolling through my Facebook feed, I recently read a post by an over-50 woman lamenting that she could no longer eat pasta. Dozens of women commented below, offering low-carb recipe substitutions, commiserating with her on the unwelcome midlife “muffin top.” That post represents how most older women feel about their aging bodies. According to a 2013 study, […]Read More
Embrace body in all its forms for self care
Body dissatisfaction and eating challenges are on the rise, affecting every sector of our population, from our youth to our elderly, but with an alarming increase among teens, young adults and children of increasingly younger ages. We’ve reached a point in history where nearly every person is in some way affected by society’s heightened focus on beauty […]Read More
Ditch post-pandemic body talk
As pandemic restrictions ease, an alarming reality emerges. Instead of feeling only relief, many of us feel self-conscious about how our bodies have changed. We fear having our bodies fully seen, versus our neck-up, dressed-in-sweatpants view on Zoom. We have mixed feelings about returning to fitness spaces, excited to move and socialize but worried about being judged […]Read More
See more, be more than your body
Be more than a body. More than an empowering mantra, that is a call to action, led by Dr. Lindsay Kite and Dr. Lexie Kite, body image researchers and founders of the nonprofit Beauty Redefined. To take a powerful leap forward for positive body image the Kites ask us to see beyond the “all bodies are beautiful, […]Read More
Ditch the weight-based resolutions
What if you didn’t start a new “diet” every January? No restriction. No elimination. No guilt. No shame. No “shoulds.” No “failure.” And what if you actually became healthier? No scale necessary. Sounds great, right? Got it, you say. I’ve got one in mind that says it’s “not a diet.” Such “non-diets” fill our inboxes or social […]Read More
Here’s one Thanksgiving ‘tradition’ you can drop
Every body deserves a traditional Thanksgiving meal. But as a nutrition student back in 2012, I would have found that statement reckless, disregarding the “epidemic” of weight/health challenges facing our country. That year my parents traveled from Maryland to Denver to spend the Thanksgiving holiday with me and my family. While I swung kettlebells and climbed revolving […]Read More
Subvert The ‘Body Hierarchy’
My body is not better than or less than your body — or any body. But is it? As I type this statement I’m spammed. A text notification pops up on my computer screen reading: “Tanya, 1 cup at 8pm shrinks your belly while u sleep, this is why Shark-Tank judges back it! Learn more.” I question […]Read More
Enough with the War on our Bodies
We’re suffering from another health crisis. “Few of us are at peace with our bodies, whether because we’re fat or because we fear becoming fat,” says Lindo Bacon, author, researcher, and professor, Ph.D., MA, MA. So what’s driving this war on our bodies? It’s diet culture’s weight-centric portrayal of wellness — thin equals healthy and it’s solution… […]Read More
Escape from the body hate diet cycle
Do you or someone you love struggle with healthy eating and/or suffer from body dissatisfaction? If you said yes, it’s absolutely not your fault. It’s diet culture’s. Let’s break down two major drivers of these challenges: You compare your body to health and fitness culture’s perfectionist and unrealistic body ideals. You’re stuck in “diet culture” […]Read More
Balance Your Blood Sugar to Beat Cravings, Boost Your Metabolism, Energy and Mood
Having unbalanced blood sugar can lead to poor health because —- it’s so dang stressful on the body. When you’re, day-in-day-out, eating meals that are “unbalanced” – this causes high blood sugar which eventually crashes, known as low blood sugar, and leads your body to try and boost it back up as quickly as it can. And […]Read More
The Before and After of Hating Your Body
Taryn Brumfitt posted a before-and- after photo of herself on Facebook. But with a twist. Instead of the conventional “before” photo, where you’re sad and miserable and your body is viewed as “undesirable,” Brumfitt first posted her body-building competition photo, posing in a silver bikini and high heels. Next she posted a photo of her natural woman’s body […]Read More
As You Shelter in Place, Forget About Your Weight
Is the Quarantine15 on your mind? It needn’t be. We’re living in unprecedented times, and the fears are real. But fearing weight gain shouldn’t be one of them. Social media’s latest pandemic hashtag — quarantine15 — is just ol’ diet culture ramping up again to prey upon our body insecurities, body shaming us for profit. I’m sure […]Read More
Post these body-positive mantras everywhere
Remember the little girl who used to run through the sprinkler wearing her swimsuit, shouting and giggling with pure joy? Not once did she think about her body’s appearance. She had full body freedom. Then she grew older, and culture’s body perfectionist ideals engulfed her thoughts about her body. That girl may now be you, struggling with […]Read More
Body acceptance is a radical act of self-love
Radical Acceptance is a new column focusing on promoting healthy body image and redefining health. Amy Pence-Brown, a 39-year-old mother of three, is a body image activist internationally known for her radical stand for self-love at the Capitol City Public Market in 2015. Pence-Brown stood blindfolded in a black bikini, with the following message written on a […]Read More
Mirror mirror on the wall, what we look like isn’t all
Your thighs are too big. Your belly isn’t flat. You have too many wrinkles. Your stretch marks are ugly. Your grey hairs make you look old. Your cellulite is hideous. Millions of women hear hurtful statements like those when they look in the mirror. I was one of them. These were my statements. I bet they’ve been […]Read More
Size or shape doesn’t define your health
Your body is not a billboard for your health. Your body is your home.” — Amy Pershing, founder of Bodywise When we look at our health and bodies from this perspective, we can make room for self-compassion, tolerance and patience. Yet American culture focuses the lens on our physical appearance, convincing us that our health is defined […]Read More
Check yourself: Fat isn’t a four-letter word
Though we believe fat is bad, it’s not our fault. “Fat” has been promoted as a dirty word in American culture since World War II, when the diet and fitness industries promoted mass obsession with weight and body shape. “In the United States, fat is seen as repulsive, ugly, unclean, obscene and above all as something to […]Read More
Dear diet — it’s not me, it’s you, so goodbye
Dear Diet Culture, Things just aren’t working out between us. You make me feel ashamed when I’ve eaten a “bad” food. You make me feel dirty if I haven’t eaten “clean.” You’ve taken away my personal autonomy to choose what to eat and enjoy eating. I will no longer allow you to judge my self-worth by my […]Read More
Mom’s body attitude can shape daughter’s
“Mom, I’m fat.” No mom ever wants to hear that comment from her daughter. Yet never before have our girls been more obsessed with their weight and appearance. They are more afraid of becoming fat than they are of nuclear war, cancer or losing their parents, according to the Council on Size and Weight Discrimination. Chronic dieting, […]Read More
Healthy Eating Doesn’t Mean Perfect Eating
Do you know what’s healthier than kale? A good relationship with food and your body. If our pursuit of healthy eating doesn’t consider our relationship with food we are missing a critical ingredient. While we understand the importance of healthy human relationships we often overlook our relationship with food, though it’s one of the longest relationships we’ll […]Read More
How to embrace your aging body – Fifty is the new fifty
“Defy your age — get your body back.” “Take the 10-year social media photo challenge.” “fifty is the new 30.” What do all these messages tell us about aging in today’s body-centric culture? Don’t. When I turned 50, I’ll be honest: I’d been thinking about aging a lot leading up to that birthday. There’s no doubt that […]Read More
We can stop apologizing for our bodies now
Repeat after me: “The body is not an apology.” This mantra, coined by world-renowned activist, poet and author Sonya Renee Taylor, challenges us to shift away from shame for living in a perfectly imperfect human body. Instead of viewing our bodies as problems that need to be fixed, we can heal from generations of body shame created […]Read More
‘Fit and ripped’ male ideal breeds body image misery
Fit. Lean. Ripped. Strong. Men use those powerfully masculine words to describe the “ideal” male, which many Jackson Hole, Wyoming men feel is expected as the norm in our fit-centric mountain town. Masculine, as defined by Google, is “having qualities or appearance traditionally associated with men, especially strength and aggressiveness: muscular, well built, brawny, shredded.” Yet many […]Read More
Wellness has become another word for diet
“No one is going to stand up at your funeral and say, ‘She had a small waist and a great thigh gap.’” —Ailey Jolie, registered clinical counselor As a woman, former exercise professional and “eat this, not that” nutrition coach, that could have been how I was remembered. My identity was health and wellness. And my professional […]Read More
Say ‘No Weigh” to the Scale
“You can live the rest of your life without knowing how much you weigh.” Does that sound radical and maybe even unfathomable? The statement comes from registered dietitian Christina Frangione, who suggests we all can say “no weigh” to measuring your health with diet culture’s ruler: the scale. While we may believe health is manipulating our bodies […]Read More
Try this New Year’s resolution: Ditch the Diet
This is the season when holiday festivities — and “diet talk” — are in full swing. “I feel so fat.” “Just skip lunch so you can indulge tonight.” “I’ll burn 500 calories at the gym to earn my food.” “I’m bringing the gluten-free, dairy-free, refined-sugar-free cheesecake” … despite having no medical reason to and, if we’re honest, […]Read More
Imagine Your Life Without a Diet
(This is the second of two articles on dropping diet mentality. Read part one, “A healthy eating tip for the New Year: Ditch the diet,” here.) Imagine if you woke up New Year’s Day and weren’t consumed with thoughts of having to fix your body. Imagine not refusing the brownie because it’s not on your list of […]Read More
Weight Shame Hurts Every Body
This is a shout-out to all the women and girls working on liking their bodies. This s— is hard. Why? Because today’s perfectionist, fat-phobic (weight stigmatizing) body culture feeds our dissatisfaction. It fuels poor body image by spreading the conventional “wisdom” that healthy equals thin and fat is bad. “Diet culture leads most women to see themselves […]Read More
5 Steps to a Healthy Body Image
But what if you swapped the endless pursuit of “fixing” or hiding your body, believing that it’s not enough or too much, to pursue a healthy body image instead? Your body is not the problem. It’s your perception of your body that needs some love. Having a healthy body image is determined by what you think about your body. […]Read More
What’s Your “Ideal” Weight?
What’s your “ideal” weight? I have no idea!!! because “ideal” weight is a myth. But, I can hear you now, “but I DO have an ideal weight. When I used to weigh _____ (fill in your number, when I was 22, last year, before the baby, according to BMI calculations, etc.), that’s when I felt my best” […]Read More
Fall In Love With Eating… Again
I’ve had a tumultuous relationship with food over my lifetime of almost 50 years. I’ve been all over the place with my eating: from dipping pizza in blue cheese at 2:00am with my sorority sisters and chasing it the next morning with a Big Gulp of Coke and bagel with cream cheese to removing all gluten, dairy, […]Read More
Reduce the Impact of Stress with Micro-resilience
What’s micro-resilience and how can it help you minimize the impacts of daily stress? Let’s think of micro-resilience this way: What’s the normal way you live your life? Do you power through your emotions, fatigue and stress? Do you end up collapsing at the end of the day? Do you believe in pushing yourself to prove yourself […]Read More
Why ‘You Look So Skinny’ Needs An Upgrade
Compliments are great, right?! Of course, we want to tell someone when they look great. Who hasn’t complimented someone who has obviously lost a significant amount of weight?! We probably all have. But we may be doing more harm than good… In 2013, after finishing nutrition school, I weighed the least I’ve ever weighed, which was far […]Read More
What’s Healthier Than Kale?
Kale’s all the rage. Everyone’s talking about it because it’s healthy. But do you want to know what’s even healthier than kale? Having a good relationship with food! I used to think that because I loved eating healthy food I had a healthy relationship with food. Over time, though, and with further education, I had the courage […]Read More
Social Media Body Positive Feeds to Follow
Fill Your Feed with Body Positive Goodness Improve your body image by following these positive body image social media feeds. Fill your feed with realistic and positive images of bodies and health. The messages that you see and hear everyday matter and influence how you feel about your own human body. Pick the ones that speak to you, the […]Read More
Liking Yourself is a Rebellious Act
I am standing for anyone who has struggled with a self-esteem issue like me, because all bodies are valuable. To support self-acceptance, draw a heart on my body. Amy Pence Brown Taking A Stand If you haven’t seen Amy’s incredible display of humanity and self-love, I highly recommend you take 4 minutes to watch her video. I had […]Read More
Intuitive Eating: do you need to re-learn how to eat?
When we were born, we instinctively knew how to eat. But as we move through life, we are impacted by the messages from the world around us. We’re taught over and over again about what to eat. And the “what” we should eat shifts year after year. These lessons come from family members (more often than not […]Read More
Are You On A High Fact “Diet”?
The High-Fact Diet Do you ever feel burdened by the fact that you know so much about nutrition? This is what is called a “high-fact diet”. Many of us are almost too well educated about what we eat, and this is actually creating stress in our bodies. And yes, I am speaking from personal experience. If we […]Read More
You are more than what you eat + [what you think and feel about it matters more]
Metabolism and the Mind The satiated man and the hungry man do not see the same thing when they look upon a loaf of bread. The great poet Rumi It’s true. We all come to the table with different perspectives and life stories. I like to think of this as a direct reflection of how everybody’s metabolism […]Read More
Are you getting enough Vitamin P?
Vitamin P. Pleasure. We need it. Without it our lives just aren’t complete. And neither is our metabolic potential. Pleasure, a Study Let me share a scientific example with you. Scientists conducted a study around the relationship of iron absorption and pleasure. Their test subjects included a group of women from Sweden and another group of women […]Read More
What is Body Positive Fitness?
Fittness Marketing and its Harmful Message I love fitness. I loved it so much that I made it my career. I used to be a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. Yet my perspective on fitness has changed. Have you stopped to think about most fitness marketing and what metaphors are underneath its messaging? Crush your goals. Burn calories. Get rid of unwanted […]Read More
Are you a Normal Eater?
There is so much stress and confusion around what to eat these days that many of us have no idea what normal eating is anymore. You may even be suffering from disordered eating or an eating disorder and not even know it as it’s becoming increasingly more common in younger girls and middle-aged+ women because of perfectionistic […]Read More
Eating Psychology Coaching for Everyone Who Eats
Do you or someone you love struggle with health, self-esteem or body image? Perhaps this has gone on for years and you (or, they) have finally had enough of feeling anything less than fantastic. I encounter this every day! People are fed up with feeling sick and tired, and they’re ready to enjoy life to the fullest […]Read More
Sugar Isn’t Evil
Sugar and Its Effects So many of my clients ask me “How can I eat less sugar?” It seems like sugar-bashing is all the rage lately. Sugar-less diets and detoxes are everywhere, but I want to tell you something: Sugar isn’t evil. And trying to quit it 100% by using willpower can be super stressful and actually…isn’t necessary. Phew! […]Read More
3 Mind Body Nutrition Tips for Fertility
3 Mind Body Nutrition strategies to help you conceive a healthy baby When it comes to fertility, diet and how you nourish yourself matters. Eating good quality food is a part of nourishment but how you and your partner nourish your whole selves is another critical ingredient of good nutrition and the ability to conceive. I recommend […]Read More
Curb Your Cravings with Campfire Meals
Fatigue. Cravings. Mood swings. These are three common complaints that can be avoided by building healthy balanced meals. One of the most important strategies to improve your nutritional and overall health is to learn how to create meals that stabilize your blood sugar. When Your Blood Sugar is Stable You will feel stable You will feel more […]Read More
Healthy Snacks Made Easy
“Grumble grumble grumble” Uh oh… You’re hungry and didn’t bring a healthy snack! All you see around you are chips, cookies, candy, crackers, soda… And even if you do make it through the afternoon, you know you’re going be tempted by the instant gratification of fast food joints you’ll pass on the ride home. We set ourselves […]Read More
Are You In A Constant Struggle with Food?
Are You In a Constant Battle With Food? As a former exercise trainer and current holistic nutritionist, I thought I had a healthy relationship with food because I ate healthy foods. Not so. The key word is RELATIONSHIP. Only a few years ago did I learn to begin making peace with food and my body. What’s your […]Read More
The Truth About Protein
I Get Asked ALL the Time… How much protein do we actually need? The Better Question to Ask Is… Does it really matter? YES and NO!!! I really hope you will read through the end of this email because the “no” could be the secret ingredient you’ve been missing. Sports Nutrition – The Masculine Approach Let’s first dive into […]Read More
Breakfast – To Eat or Not?
Running on Empty Maybe you’re rushing to get out the door, maybe you don’t feel hungry, or maybe you’re even trying to save those calories for later on in the day. What you might not realize is that skipping meals can be counter-intuitive to your health. Your body prefers a steady source of fuel throughout the day […]Read More
Living Like Your Hair is on Fire
Do you live your life like it’s an emergency? I was guilty of that, too! I had an ah-ha moment at the grocery store one day while I was rushing around like a madwoman. Out of nowhere, I had this moment of clarity and said to myself, “What am I doing!?” I couldn’t believe the tizzy I […]Read More
The New Midlife Crisis for Women
The New Epidemic Lately, I’ve noticed a new epidemic happening for women. They’re experiencing a laundry list of symptoms: fatigue, forgetfulness, brain-fog, mood swings, insomnia and so on. Basically, they’re incredibly overwhelmed. This has been, typically, spread through Generation X (those born approximately between the years 1965 and 1984), but I also see it happening in women […]Read More