Patricia Bannan, MS, RDN, is a nationally credible registered dietitian nutritionist, healthy cooking expert, and author of From Burnout to Balance: 60+ Healing Recipes and Simple Strategies to Boost Mood, Immunity, Focus, and Sleep (Penguin Random House, 2022).
FEMALE BURNOUT & MOOD BOOSTING FOODS
Honest about her own struggles with burnout and being overwhelmed and exhausted, her book speaks to women like herself. Read Patricia’s personal story and conversation with today.com
NUTRITIONIST DIETICIAN WITH EXTENSIVE MEDIA EXPERIENCE
A former CNN medical news reporter and producer, Patricia is a very seasoned on-air expert who’s skilled at developing, producing and delivering live TV talk segments on health, nutrition and wellness. She also publishes timely articles for health and self-care digital magazines, and works as a spokesperson for many leading health-minded companies and organizations nationwide.
HEALTHY LIFESTYLE EXPERT
She’s conducted more than 2,000 media interviews, including guest appearances on TODAY, The Doctors, ABC News, Fox News and CNN. She’s written for and been interviewed by Oprah Magazine, People, Shape, Glamour, Parents, Men’s Health, Good Housekeeping Yahoo, Cosmopolitan, Self and parade.com. In addition, Patricia is a regular contributor for ThriveGlobal.com, a leading behavior change technology company on a mission to end the stress and burnout epidemic.
Patricia received a professional chef certificate from The New School of Cooking in Los Angeles. Using her culinary skills to develop healthy and healing cooking videos, she’s focused on teaching her clients and social followers how to make healthful changes in their lives by simply starting in the kitchen.
Patricia graduated cum laude from the University of Delaware with a Bachelor of Science in nutrition and dietetics and completed her dietetic training at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland. She received a Master of Science in nutrition communication from the Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts University in Boston.
When she’s not traveling the world talking about nutrition, you can find Patricia at home in Los Angeles with her husband, children and labradoodle, Pablo.