"Ms. Jonekos and Dr. Jenkins have obviously done their homework, as the scientific data presented is not only up to date, but also exceptionally accurate. This book should become a standard referral source for all women's health providers and for the women who seek their help."
-Janice Werbinski, MD, FACOG, Executive Director of the Sex and Gender Women's Health Collaborative
"Medical science is rapidly realizing that sex matters far more than we ever imagined. Guided by the expertise of Dr. Marjorie Jenkins, a leader in sex difference medicine, Staness Jonekos has created a highly practical, readable 'how-to' manual designed to help women benefit from the latest research. It is time for every woman to start thinking about medical needs tailored to her own gender, and Eat Like a Woman is a terrific place to start."
-Larry Cahill, Ph.D., Professor, Neurobiology and Behavior School of Biological Sciences
"Eat Like A Woman scientifically explains why women, because of their unique metabolism and hormonal milieu, do not respond to food the same way men do. Ms. Jonekos, along with Dr. Marjorie Jenkins, has exhaustively researched this important topic and written a book that has the capability to profoundly change women's health-and women's lives."
-Lauren F. Streicher, MD, Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Feinberg School of Medicine, Northwestern University, Chicago, IL
"Eat Like a Woman is an engaging read that incorporates the latest in sex and gender research coupled with sound, tailored nutritional advice to inform women how to drop unwanted pounds. Quizzes, recipes, menus, charts and key bullet points keep busy women focused. The upbeat and scientific approach help women live the Speaking of Women's Health Motto: Be Strong. Be Healthy. Be in Charge!"
-Holly L. Thacker, MD, Executive Director Speaking of Women's Health, Professor and Director, Center for Specialized Women's Health, OB-GYN and Women's Health Institute, Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine of CWRU
"Two questions I always get from women are 1) Why do I forget everything now that I am either pregnant or going through menopause? and 2) What should I eat to keep my brain healthy? I can now eagerly encourage all who ask to get a copy of Eat Like a Woman and find the most comprehensive explanations with action-oriented steps to improve their health destiny as influenced by nutrition. It doesn't take a brain scientist to know that a woman's brain is difference from a man's brain. I am so grateful to Jonekos and Jenkins for their well-researched book to empower women to take charge and ownership of their eating habits and nutritional health."
-Sandra Bond Chapman, PhD, Chief Director, Center for BrainHealth®, UTDallas, author of Make Your Brain Smarter