Whether by choice or by chance, many of us eat by ourselves. Check out healthy and helpful tips by reading this post!
Exercise, movement, physical activity, working out…. these are all different words to describe a form of moving your body.
I am presenting 10 ways that will challenge you to consider Mindful Movement for your daily routine! Join me in mindfully moving today.
If you have compared yourself to anyone, ever, for anything related to your appearance, you might find these seven truths helpful to increase your body confidence.
I am excited to talk about why eating for self care in stressful times, is super important, as well as HOW you can best take care of yourself by eating for self care.
Hi there, my name is Jenna. I started the Women Eat Well blog in September 2020. I am excited to share more of my personal journey in Intuitive Eating as well as my faith in Jesus Christ through this platform.
On again, off again. Nope, I’m not talking about your tricky friendship with your “best friend” or your non-committal high school boyfriend. I’m talking about a pattern of dieting over the course of your lifetime. Read this post to learn more about how to drop yo-yo dieting for good!
Intuitive Eating (IE) sometimes seems so big, daunting, and difficult to implement. Part of why Evelyn wrote this book is to break it down into day-sized goals for you to implement throughout the next 365 days! Learn more by reading this blog post.
The 10 Principles of Intuitive Eating can help you take steps towards having a relationship with food that is less out-of-control, but not because you’re restricting. Sound awesome? Read on.
I want to share a few important ways that we can care for our black sisters specifically in the area of body image.
Jenna Petersen, Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor February 21, 2021 When discussing Intuitive Eating and eating well, discussing stress is inevitable. Stress levels greatly impact eating, as people often engage in eating in order to meet emotional needs and have a hard time responding to physical hunger. Stress is ubiquitous. Often, having too much to do […]