Seasonal recipes, sustainability tips, positive period talk

Orange Chocolate Chip Loaf

With citrus season upon us, I want to gift you my Orange Chocolate Chip Loaf! I wish I could whip this up and personally deliver it to your doorstep, but we’ll have to settle for the recipe (and a virtual hug). As my love for and experience with baking grows, I am still a huge […]

January 16, 2019

Recipes

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Creamy Butternut Squash Soup

Not much beats a warm bowl of soup on a cold December night in my book. This butternut squash soup is thick, savory, creamy, and extra warming for the soul. I loved eating it with a big ol’ slice of sourdough bread. It’s quickly becoming one of my faves as it’s also nourishing for the […]

December 19, 2018

Recipes

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Jenna Bee Nutrition Holiday Gift Guide

The holidays are coming up fast and if you’re a planner like me, you’re likely making gift lists for your loved ones. But where to start?! I know how overwhelming it can feel, especially for people who provide vague wishlists (or none at all)! This is why I’ve put together a quick holiday gift guide – […]

November 7, 2018

Period Talk, Personal, Sustainability

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Kitchen Sustainability Tips with Big Impact

Sustainability is a hot topic right now (thankfully) and I’m guessing you feel overwhelmed with where to begin. In my mind, it makes the most sense to start in the kitchen. This is one of the areas in our homes where we are constantly moving through goods + products and creating a lot of waste. […]

October 24, 2018

Education, Sustainability

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Dismantling Diet Culture: What it is + Why it Hurts Us

Diet culture is everywhere. Recently, while driving, I heard a commercial on the radio for I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter. It involved two women discussing their lunches at work and went a little something like this… “No! I can’t have butter – this is punishment kale so I can eat whatever I want for […]

October 10, 2018

Education, Personal

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Choose Your Nutritionist in 3 Steps

Are you ready to make some changes for your health, learn to cook or meal plan, but have no clue where to start? It may be time to choose your nutritionist, which can feel a lot like dating. There are tons of nutrition professionals out there (many qualified, some…not so much). I know how overwhelming […]

September 26, 2018

Education

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Tips for a Healthy Workday

No matter your age, I bet you can relate when I say adulting isn’t always easy. Commuting in traffic, staying motivated at work, or running around chasing kids and doing house work can get exhausting. So exhausting that we often throw our healthy habits out the window because we are just too busy. Even though I’m […]

September 12, 2018

Education

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5 Foods for Painful Period Cramp Relief

As a women’s health nutritionist, the most common question I get asked is, “What foods can I eat to relieve my painful period cramps?” Cramping a few days before or the first few days of bleeding is common, but I want to emphasize that severe period pain isn’t biologically normal. Near the end of cycle, […]

August 29, 2018

Education, Period Talk

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Vacation Recap: Camping in Yellowstone

Back in early May, I went to make a camping reservation for Memorial Day weekend and couldn’t find a single open spot in all of Northern Oregon. We ended up spending the holiday at home, but this unsuccessful camping trip inspired me to plan the most epic summer trip. We quickly decided on Yellowstone National […]

July 23, 2018

Personal, Travel

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Why Plastic + Hormones Don’t Mix

It’s currently Plastic Free July, which means millions of people around the globe are making efforts to reduce plastic consumption. I’ve been shouting from the rooftops lately about plastic pollution for two main reasons: the environment and our hormones! Yep, plastic is toxic to Mother Earth and our own biology and I’m here to get right […]

July 18, 2018

Education, Period Talk

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