Simply real, Always healthy
While I don't believe in fad diets or supplement drinks, I do believe in evidence based nutrition science. I relay difficult concepts into realistic and easy to understand terms.
I get what it's like to struggle with food and nutrition and know what to eat and how to best fuel your body.
I believe good health can be accessible to all, foods come first over supplements, and eating should be balanced, simple, and fun.
Good health is something to prioritize but nothing to stress (or obsess) over. I believe in real, whole food ingredients, a non diet mentality, and an overall healthy balance.
As a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN), I relay evidence-based facts into easy to understand terms to give your clients the knowledge and tools they need to reach their health goals.
I believe in a non-diet approach to encourage lasting healthy lifestyle habits.
(Never heard of a registered dietitian? Check out my blog post on what an RD is to learn more about what we do).
. . . Good Health Can Be Accessible To All
whether you're on a tight budget, struggling with work-life balance, or anything in between
. . . Foods Come First (over supplements)
most of our nutrition needs can be met by emphasizing real, whole foods
. . . Eating Should Be Balanced, Simple, & Fun
don't stress over the details, say goodbye to rigid rules and adopt a mindset where all foods can fit
A little more about Jenna...
Jenna is a flexitarian, oatmeal lover, peanut butter fanatic, downhill skier, and mountain biker based in Bozeman, Montana.
Jenna received her Bachelor's Degree in Dietetics, Nutrition, & Food Science from the University of Vermont and completed her supervised practice dietetic internship with Wellness Workdays, a worksite wellness company based in Massachusetts.
Jenna has experience in clinical hospital, outpatient counseling, and worksite wellness settings working with a wide variety of patients. Jenna is a nutrition communications expert and her writing has been featured in numerous publications (you can see where here). She aims to inspire working professionals to create a sustainable, stress-free life in and out of the office through real food, simple meals, and better health habits.
Not sure what a dietitian does? Click here to learn more about the RD credential.