I help health-conscious people overcome eating challenges through eating psychology and nutrition so they can make peace with food and gain body confidence. This is not a quick-fix magic bullet. But you already know there’s no such thing because you’ve tried everything under the sun to get a handle on your health, body and eating habits. You know that getting healthy is about more than just losing a few pounds. That’d be nice. But for you, it’s about feeling confident, strong, sexy and comfortable in your skin and loving who you are. So what’s holding you back? We’ll deep-dive together to find out during each session. I will empower you to unlock the key to greater health to face the real issues that lie beneath the surface. Because I believe that if we don’t uncover our whys, we remain victims of our unconscious habits and behaviors. To achieve optimal health, we must connect the body with the mind and spirit. And I will be the most loving and warm companion on the journey to foster that connection and unearth your deepest fears and desires.

About

Hi there, I'm Jenn. I'm a holistic wellness coach certified through the International Association of Wellness Professionals and have studied with the Institute for the Psychology of Eating. Through the use of dynamic eating psychology and nutritional tweaks, I will guide you to overcome eating challenges, ranging from overeating to binge eating to weight issues to energy and fatigue that are holding you back from the health and well-being you know you deserve if you could just overcome this "one thing." During each session, we'll delve deeper into the real dynamics at play behind your greatest eating challenges and through homework assignments and reflection, I'll help guide you to the other side of the issue.

Location and Language:

  • Asia/Singapore
  • English

Qualifications

  • 2
  • International Association of Wellness Professionals
  • 2018

  • Jennifer-WCC-Certificate.pdf

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Eat Like A Baby To Enhance Digestion

I was having a conversation with my best friend the other day about digestion and hunger cues and she mentioned how those were so evident in her newborn baby.He eats less at night, eats slowly, naturally stops when he’s full and gets annoyed when there are distractions while he eats. (I thought was especially funny to think about a baby swatting away a toy while attached to a bottle.) The thing is, we all did this once too. These cues were once very natural for us. But they were conditioned out of us as we got older and became more accustomed to this fast-paced world we live in where everything must be done at super-sonic speed, including mealtime. However, it’s not how our bodies were designed to optimally function. When we eat quickly we put ourselves into a state of stress, and a stress state actually shuts down the digestive system. This hinders the digestion process, which can lead to a whole host of issues, such as bloating, gas, constipation, diarrhea, fatigue and lagging energy. The best way to counteract this constant stress state is to enjoy your meals in a relaxed state by eating slowly. Savor your food without distraction (just like my friend’s baby). Get intimate with the taste, texture, aroma and visuals of the meal. This will not only increase your pleasure and satisfaction of the food, but also will enhance the digestive process. And just like a baby, slowing down and paying attention to your food will lead you to stop naturally when you’re full and decrease the likelihood of overeating. Did you know it takes the brain 20 minutes to catch up to the stomach? So what happens then if you eat an entire plateful of food in just 5 minutes? The answer is you probably end up eating more than your body needs because your brain didn’t have the chance to the register the food in your stomach. If you think you have issues with overeating or often find that your stomach is distended after your meals, get rid of distractions while eating. Becoming more fully present with your food will help you slow down and more readily read your body’s hunger and satisfaction cues. These are just a few tips that I hope can help you get more in tune with your digestive process. For more strategies, check out my FREE VIDEO where I share 3 bio-hacks to enhance digestion and increase energy…without changing what you eat! Get the FREE video
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Changing Habits: What’s Your Why?

When contemplating changing your habits or lifestyle, the most important question to ask yourself is: WHY? Why am I doing this? Why do I want this? There are as many different and right answers to this one as there are people. And your answer is the quickest way to get to what lies beneath the desire and discover what’s at the core. It’s also the best way to keep the motivation going when changing your habits because when you’re clear on your WHY, it can pick you back up if your enthusiasm starts to wane. Now there are Why(s) when eradicating an unhealthy habit and there are Why(s) when implementing a new healthy habit, and both can be uncovered with a few what and when queries. To get you started on the digging process, grab a journal and a pen, and answer these questions. Use whichever question fits your current situation, repeat it to yourself, ideally aloud, and sit with it for a moment. Then write down whatever bubbles up. 1. What purpose does this habit serve? / What purpose do I want this habit to serve? 2. What are my reasons for wanting to change/implement this habit? 3. When I give in to this habit, how do I honestly feel afterward? / How do I want this habit to make me feel afterward? 4. What imbalances am I causing with this habit? / What imbalances am I trying to fix with this habit? 5. What does my life look like when this habit is no longer a part of it? / What does my life look like when this habit is part of my regular routine? Once you’ve discovered your Why(s), repeat them often to yourself. You can even try posting your Why on your bathroom mirror, at the top of your computer screen or on your nightstand, where it can serve as a constant reminder of the commitment you’re making to yourself and your health. My personal why for leading a healthy lifestyle is freedom and the ability to do what I love. I believe the body is our vehicle in life to accomplish our soul mission and if the body isn’t healthy or properly functioning, we can’t show up to our fullest capacity in any area of our lives. So what’s your Why?
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