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Food And Feelings



 
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So…..you’re depressed.

Maybe a medical practitioner has told you this, or self-diagnosed (thank you, Dr. Google!).

 

You haven’t told many people — that’s not your style. But anyone you have told keeps telling you, “you’re so strong!” and “you’ll get through it!” Because, well,you always do.


Except...this feels different. This time, you’re not sure you can just shake this one off.

Deep down,  you know that you need help.


But meds?

Oof, too extreme. You’d rather not.

You’ve wondered if there’s another way. On Instagram, people keep saying  “going vegan is the answer to all of your health problems!” And you’ve thought about giving it a try...

Realistically though,  giving up cheese and bacon does NOT seem like an option!


What if you didn’t have to?

What if you could make a few small shifts and start to feel better?


Imagine if you didn’t have to overhaul your (and your family’s) entire diet, and could still make a big difference to your mental and physical health?

Imagine if this wasn’t complicated…

You could walk into your kitchen right now and know exactly what you needed to improve your mood. And Imagine that it was something you actually wanted to eat!  

Imagine feeling lighter, less weighed down, more energetic, less lethargic…

And imagine finally being in a place where you know what to do next about your depression diagnosis.

You can confidently make an informed decision, whether that means regular therapy appointments, supplements, meds, or something else.

 

This 90 minute online event will be held on

April 6, 2019 at 11:30 AM Eastern Standard Time.

 
 
 
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Hi, I'm Jennifer.

I’m a holistic nutritionist and registered dance/movement psychotherapist. I help women of color living with depression understand what they need to feel vital— using food and movement. And by vital I mean having a sense of what it means to feel well in any given moment.  

In my 10 years of education, research, and supporting more than 250 women I’ve learned that what we eat and how we feel are intimately connected, and simple changes in your diet can lead to significant shifts in your mental health.. And now I’m going to share this with you.

With this information and a better understanding of your body, you'll have the tools you need to begin managing your depression as holistically as possible.


 
 
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What you’ll learn

  • Gain an understanding of how the food you eat can affect your mood.  

  • Learn simple, actionable steps to help you shift the way you approach food and eating, so you can start to feel better.

  • Have access to recipes that are easy to put together, and actually taste good! (don’t worry, I’m not gonna make you eat quinoa for every meal)

 

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A quick note before you sign up…

I love science and the data that gets collected as a result of it, so while I’m not gonna go all Neil Degrasse Tyson on you, I will be sharing a few scientific bits of information.

These are meant to give you a deeper understanding of what’s happening to you, so you can understand yourself better.

For instance, did you know that at least 70% of the neurochemicals that you need to regulate mood (like dopamine and serotonin) are produced in the gut?

 
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No wonder the food you eat affects you so much!

If you like bite-sized scientific details like that one, click that button to sign up today.

If not, this may not be the online class for you (and that’s ok too).



 

This 90 minute online event will be held on

April 6, 2019 at 11:30 AM Eastern Standard Time.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

 

What if I can't make it to the online class at the time listed?


This online class  will only be offered live, so you have time and space to ask questions and be a part of The Black Girl Healing Project community. If you can't make it at the time offered, join our mailing list so you can get updates on future classes and programs. We offer these types of resources often.

Will the information offered in this online class cure my depression?

This class is not a replacement for therapy or medical care. While there is a direct connection between food, gut health, and mood, this online class is not meant to be a cure-all. It is meant to provide you with some of the information you need to manage your depression holistically.

Can I get a refund?

Please only sign up for the online class if you can make yourself available on the day and time it is offered. It is non-refundable, and refund requests will not be honored.