Dr. Gina Lladó Jordan obtained her PhD in Biomedicine and Health Sciences at Universidad Europea de Madrid, Spain. Her thesis dissertation was focused on the biological biomarkers of Eating Disorders (ED). She has completed 5 masters related to various aspects of health sciences, one of this masters was an specialization in microbiology. During her thesis period, she also did a stay in the Hospital Infantil Universitario Niño Jesús in Madrid, in the unit of Eating Disorders (ED), in order to analyze the relationship between blood alterations, ED and its subtype. She was an Expert Consultant for the drafting of the new Dietary Guidelines of the Spanish Society of Community Nutrition, guides that were recognized with the Best Ideas Award 2017 in Health Promotion and Solidarity. In 2013, cooperating in the Food Security Project for the maternal and child population of the Basse Region, Republic of The Gambia, with the NGO Nutrition Without Borders. Currently she works as an investigator and teacher in Universidad Isabel I, Burgos, Spain, in the University Degree in Human Nutrition and Dietetics and in Universidad Miguel de Cervantes (Valladolid, Spain). She is also a professor in the Master's Degree in Nutrition and Health at Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC). She has directed 20 Final Degree Projects and participated in national and international conferences and in publications. She has also participated in multiple studies and research groups. She is really interested in understanding how eating behavior affects the organism.