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Emotional eaters reach for food in order to suppress painful emotions, soothe themselves, or even reward themselves.  They eat in order to satisfy emotional hunger – boredom, loneliness, sadness, stress, insecurity –  rather than physical or nutritional needs.

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An individual does not need to be overweight in order to experience emotional eating.  We’ve all gone through times when we’ve overindulged despite not being physically hungry in the first place.  However, repeatedly relying on emotions to dictate eating behaviors often leads to unhealthy weight gain, and individuals end up feeling worse instead of comforted.  Even the most dedicated weight management & weight loss efforts can be derailed by emotional eating.

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Fortunately, there are steps you can take to Conquer Emotional Eating & Make Fitness A Lifestyle!TM

With Jenna as your coach, you will learn to address emotional eating, fitness habits, stress management, self-esteem, relationships, and other issues related to successful behavior, lifestyle, and weight management.  Trained as a marriage and family therapist, Coach Jenna knows how hard it can be to “breakup” with food.  She, also, appreciates the happiness found in establishing a new relationship with food while enjoying the benefits of physical and mental fitness.