Fueling Joy: Mindful Eating Practices for Busy Moms Ah, the chaotic symphony of motherhood – a blend of laughter, tears, and possibly a few extra servings of caffeine. Amidst the whirlwind, have you found yourself silently declaring a Snickers bar your daily multivitamin? Fear not, dear mothers, for it’s time to embark on a journey […]
Explore a guilt free diet with Dietitian Jackie. Embrace life’s chaos with balanced food choices – mix cookies and kale, enjoy cake without guilt.
Jackie Meyer specializes in guiding you through balancing your relationship with food, optimizing hormone control, improving gut health, decreasing inflammation in the body and sustaining these changes with neuroscience backed behavior change techniques. I’m excited to talk about the mental load and overwhelming joys of being a mother. The frustrating way that the diet and supplement industry pushes quick fixes and fads. And how to TRUST your body.
Who, what, and why If you have ever wondered about the ideal levels for Vitamin D (25-Hydroxyvitamin D) or what you need for adequate absorption of Calcium then this blog post is for you. As women, we often hear that we need to consume adequate Calcium. I’m sure you have heard that we can get […]
Understanding the Connection Between Chronic Stress and Hormonal Imbalances in Busy Moms As a busy mom, your to-do list is never-ending, and it’s easy to feel like you’re constantly under stress. I feel that in my soul. But did you know that chronic stress can have a significant impact on your hormone balance? Let’s explore […]
Clients, family, and friends are often asking me for weight loss ideas. In our society, there is such an emphasis on looking a certain way and the idea that if you follow someone, or eat the way they eat then you will automatically look the way they look. This is an unfortunate lie that most people have been sold.
There are two essential fatty acids that come to mind when discussing the average American diet. You may have heard them called, “Omega-3s.” EPA and DHA (Eicosapentaenoic acid and docosahexaenoic acid).
When I think back to family holidays or events, one thing stays with me. Anxiety. Anxious about who will say something to my kids, or who will potentially judge me for what I feed them?
What I mean is social anxiety…dun, dun, dun (cue the scary music)! I will fill you in on what I have found helpful and what science says works!
We know that it can be difficult to take time out of your routine for yourself but once you do you know you ALWAYS feel better.