Have you ever wondered if there’s an ideal diet out there? If your PMS symptoms could be pointing to nutrient deficiencies? Or if intermittent fasting is really that healthy? Get all your nutrition questions answered on today’s episode with nutrition expert Jessica Cording and walk away with actionable tips to start improving your health today!
Jessica Cording, MS, RD, CDN, INHC is a registered dietitian, health coach, and writer with a passion for helping people streamline their wellness routine and establish a balanced relationship with food and exercise. Jess works with individuals, corporations, and the media to help make drama-free healthy living approachable and enjoyable.
This episode includes:
Jen and Jess play 2 truths and a lie!
Jess and Jen talk protein powders -- how healthy are they?
Why Jess eats chocolate every day, and why you might want to too!
Jen talks about her journey with vegetarianism from the age of 6
Jess talks about things you can do to curb PMS symptoms and address nutrient deficiencies
Jess discusses her interest in food intolerances and the potential reasons why some people develop them later in life
How growing up around sick people fueled Jess’ interest in nutrition
“Non-diet” dietitian -- Jess and Jen talk fad diets, and give their thoughts on intermittent fasting and ‘Keto’
Fostering healthy relationships with food
What busy people can do to make sure they are still eating well on the go and Jess’ go-to healthy snack recommendations
Being good to ourselves with our food choices while still maintaining balance
Is breakfast really the most important meal of the day? Jess talks the importance of routine!
Is cauliflower pizza really that good for you?
Jess reflects on the importance of healthy eating to fuel her best self
How Jess maintained healthy habits during her period of time working at a busy hospital
Jess reveals her favorite Trader Joe’s finds!
Do you feel like constant travel is derailing your diet or simply want to know what to eat to stay energized when you’re on the road? Jess created this free guide to help stay on track and keep your travel-day stress in check. Grab it here.