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Online Nutrition Programs

Reconnect to your inner food wisdom while increasing your nutrition IQ.


The food struggle is real.

If you experience issues with food, your weight and your body you are not alone.  Over two-thirds of women experience some form of dysfunctional eating and an unbalanced relationship with food.  Men suffer similar challenges with a staggering 70% increase in disordered eating.  How and why you eat impacts everyone in your inner circle including your significant other, loved ones, and especially your children and family.  Your personal eating habits have a direct impact on your energy, mood, quality of thoughts, level of health, and how you get through your day.  Food profoundly affects everything.   

Join me for my revolutionary 30-Day Mindful Eating Challenge starting on January 24th & February 6th.  This supportive Mind-Body-Food Reboot program is designed to help you get a grip on your food struggle, whatever it may be, without judgment.  Increase your nutrition IQ and develop a better relationship with food.  If you feel uncomfortable in your skin or clothes, struggle with your weight or nutrition, avoid fun activities because of your weight, or have tried every trendy diet out there without sustainable results, then this is the missing piece you’ve been looking for.  And if you learn and strategically utilize 5% of the mindful eating skills taught in this program, you can eliminate up to 80% of your personal food struggles.  You deserve a healthier existence, so get ready for the changes and personal upgrade!

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Mind-Body Food Reboot

Nutrition Atlanta

30-Day Mindful Eating Challenge




Mindful eating is, without a doubt, the most important yet underrated health strategy available.  People all over the world struggle with mindless eating everyday: eating because they are bored, depressed, lonely, stressed, or for any other reason other than true physical hunger.  But there is hope.  I’ve created an online, supportive 30-day reset program that addresses your Mind-Body and Food relationship.  


✔   Jennifer will teach you empowering mindful eating skills that will positively shift your relationship with food.  Connect your personal dots between the why, when, what, how, how much, and where you eat.

✔   Explore the science of nutrition and the benefits behind mindful eating from the expert in food and nutrition, a registered dietitian nutritionist.

✔   Exclusive access to join a private and supportive community of mindful eaters on the same journey via the 30-day Mindful Eating Challenge Facebook page.

✔   Experience supportive and educational video classes each week. 

✔   Find peace with all food, eating, and your body.  Yes, this is absolutely possible!

✔   Participate in a powerful mindful eating exercise to help you increase your eating IQ and enjoy food on another level of appreciation and enjoyment.

✔   Re-establish true physical hunger as your primary cue for eating to replace any binge-eating or stress eating habits.

✔   Cultivate awareness of your physical sensations, thoughts, and emotions at snack and meal times.

✔   Discover what feels best for you, personally, so you can discover healthy eating patterns that work best for you to support your pre- or post-surgery health goals!

✔   Nourish your body, mind, tongue and spirit - experience food freedom and develop a healthier relationship with food more than you ever imagined possible!


"The quick-fix diet tricks have an expiration date. Mindful eating is a worthy journey."

"The quick-fix diet tricks have an expiration date. Mindful eating is a worthy journey."


I’m Jennifer, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and Mindful Eating Coach. While I am a healthcare practitioner,  I also used to be a mindless eater who enjoyed numbing out with food, would stress eat and find comfort in a pint of ice cream.  On one end of the the spectrum there were some days where I felt like my food choices were pretty close to perfect and I had the energy to power through my day in a positive manner.  But then there were  other days where I could not stop eating or made really bad choices and wanted to just numb out with food in front of the TV.  Once I finished off the pint of ice cream, box of cookies or container of potato chips, I would mentally beat myself up and feel guilty about abusing my body and digestive system  “yet again!”  It felt as if I would get a good start on a diet but then would cave after a couple of weeks because of bad habits, negative self talk, and an unstable relationship with food that was directly related to the chaos going on in my life.  

What really made me crazy was I couldn’t seem to break this cycle!  The good days were really good and the bad days, ugh, were a struggle.  I craved consistency and knew I could look and feel better and have more energy without the damaging mental dialog that took place.  But sometimes I was left wondering why am I doing all of this anyway?  

On the whole, I feel like I ate a very healthy diet the majority of the time, but there seemed to be a missing piece somewhere in the whole food equation.  I just wasn’t getting it.

And finally after over 20 years of hitting repeat on the fall-off-the-diet wagon then back on the diet hamster wheel, this simple concept of Mindful Eating found me and everything started to click very quickly.

Establishing a mindful eating practice has, without a doubt, blown me away.  I’m happy to say that my relationship with food and my body is the healthiest it has ever been, and only gets better the more I work with it.  Mindful Eating has been so profoundly life-changing that I decided to create my 30-Day Mindful Eating Challenge to help everybody else end their food struggle too.  It’s a full mind-body-food reboot program that I studied and worked with extensively (some would say obsessively) for almost a year before testing the concept with a group of willing participants.  It turned out to be a huge success:  people stopped dieting, ate foods they enjoyed, deleted food guilt and stress eating, as well as lost weight without trying.

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From that point forward, I started teaching mindful eating skills to my private clients and to groups of people at fitness facilities and other businesses.  During every group challenge I would witness the positive changes taking place, people reconnecting with healthier eating habits, feeling better, and more in control with their relationship with food.  It really is a shame that this powerful concept of eating mindfully is not embraced and introduced to us at a young age to prevent yoyo dieting, weight gain, and disordered eating.  I am still puzzled why diets are so attractive, especially on January 1st every year when we have this simple mindful eating concept that can break our negative cycles of eating.  It’s because diets promise false hopes but don’t deliver over the long-term → the quick fix.

Food is without a doubt, one of the greatest pleasures in life.  Not only does it provide basic nourishment, but also comfort and joy.  Somewhere along the way we took a detour and started to abuse food and our body.  Food manufacturers continue to create food that stimulates our taste buds and brain, causing us to overeat and feel guilty about it.  Life got challenging, disappointing, and stressful.  Instead of learning how to manage our emotions and/or thoughts, we use food to cope.  It’s everywhere.  It’s easy.  It’s quick.  And less work.  Until it negatively impacts your health and wellbeing.  Then you try the latest trendy diet, cleanse or detox.  You might lose weight but eventually gain some or all of it back and feel defeated.  There must be another diet out there that I don’t know about since everyone else seems to be on one.  But the truth is you are now on the diet roller-coaster ride.  And this 30-Day Mindful Eating Challenge is created to help you get off the diet hamster wheel and establish a healthier, sustainable relationship with your mind, body and food.

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The types of foods we choose to eat shift us in many ways and impact us on a mental, physical, spiritual, psychological, and biochemical level.   What we eat and how much we eat can either energize, stimulate, or deplete us.  Why we eat, what drives us to eat, and how we eat or overeat changes who we are on a psychological level.  Mindful eating is becoming aware of the positive and nurturing opportunities that are available through your food choices and preparation by listening to and respecting your own inner wisdom.  By using all of the senses in choosing to eat food that is both satisfying to you and nourishing to your body, acknowledging your responses to food without judgement, and becoming aware of physical hunger and satiety cues to guide how you eat, you can learn more about yourself and your food decisions while positively changing your relationship with food. 

Mindful eating is allowing yourself to become aware of your personal eating habits, without judgement,  so that you have the ability to hit pause between your triggers and your actions.

This simple concept is the missing piece so many of us  are looking for.

On a personal note, I feel better than ever and know this can be the solution for so many people who are struggling with a healthy relationship with food too.

Please select which 30 Day Mindful Eating Challenge speaks to you.