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What's your mindful eating mode?

Want to enhance your relationship with food? 🍏✨ Discover the mindful eating modality that will help you fall in love with food. It's time to come home to your body, and receive deep nourishment.

Quiz Questions

  • 1.
    Which flavor is the most like you?
    • A.
      I've been known to be a little salty.
      (Correlates to: Your Mindful Eating Mode is… Relaxation)
    • B.
      What can I say? I guess I'm pretty sweet.
      (Correlates to: Your Mindful Eating Mode is... Compassion)
    • C.
      I'm spicy and I'm proud of it.
      (Correlates to: Your Mindful Eating Mode is… Pleasure)
    • D.
      My vibe's so subtle you can call me umami.
      (Correlates to: Your Mindful Eating Mode is… Thought)
  • 2.
    What question do you ask yourself MOST about food?
    • A.
      Why am I always hungry?
      (Correlates to: )
    • B.
      Why is figuring out what to eat so hard?
      (Correlates to: )
    • C.
      Why is slowing down with food such a challenge?
      (Correlates to: )
    • D.
      Why is food my frenemy?
      (Correlates to: )
  • 3.
    If you could choose one person to be your mindfulness mentor, who would it be?
    • A.
      Tara Brach. I'd love to learn more about self-compassion and self-acceptance. 
      (Correlates to: )
    • B.
      Eckhart Tolle. I want to get more comfortable with the present moment.  
      (Correlates to: )
    • C.
      Deepak Chopra. I could use some relaxing, guided meditations to soothe my days.
      (Correlates to: )
    • D.
      Thích Nhất Hạnh. I'm inspired by the combination of mindfulness, global ethics, and peace. 
      (Correlates to: )
  • 4.
    If you were a tea, what would you be?
    • A.
      Chamomile with milk and honey. I'm that gentle, classic blend that makes you feel supported and safe.
      (Correlates to: )
    • B.
      Sencha green tea. I stimulate your brain without being overwhelming. Great for thoughtful moments. 
      (Correlates to: )
    • C.
      Damiana and rose petals herbal blend. I'll make you feel dreamy and joyful. I've got a poetic, sensual vibe. 
      (Correlates to: )
    • D.
      Classic Earl Grey. When you're in the mood for me, there's no replacement. I'm totally myself.
      (Correlates to: )
  • 5.
    *Poof!* Your food fairy godmother is here and she's going to grant you one mindful eating wish! What would light you up the most?
    • A.
      I feel beautiful in my body. I feel confident and free! 
      (Correlates to: )
    • B.
      My digestion is now perfect. I didn't know I could feel this good! 
      (Correlates to: )
    • C.
      I'm crystal clear on the foods that work for me. I don't have to sacrifice tasty food for healthy food!
      (Correlates to: )
    • D.
      I now have an easy meal-prep strategy. I actually know how to feed myself!
      (Correlates to: )
  • 6.
    What's something about food you've had to unlearn?
    • A.
      Healthy means "low fat," "low carb," or "low calorie."
      (Correlates to: )
    • B.
      Eating less means weighing less. 
      (Correlates to: )
    • C.
      Cravings can't be healthy. 
      (Correlates to: )
    • D.
      There are "good foods" and "bad foods." 
      (Correlates to: )
  • 7.
    How long have you been interested in mindful eating?
    • A.
      Never heard of it before today!
      (Correlates to: )
    • B.
      I've been wanting to shift my relationship with eating for a few months. 
      (Correlates to: )
    • C.
      I've tried to eat more mindfully for a while now...about a year. It's time to go deeper and get more tools.
      (Correlates to: )
    • D.
      I've been turning off the Netflix, chewing thoughtfully, and appreciating my food for several years. 
      (Correlates to: )
  • 8.
    *Woot!* You just won a retreat 😍 Where are you going to go to nourish yourself?
    • A.
      A tour of Iceland's natural wonders. I want to fill up on the beauty of the ice caves, aurora borealis, and marvel at the volcanoes.
      (Correlates to: Your Mindful Eating Mode is… Thought)
    • B.
      A culinary tour of the South of France. I can't wait to take in beautiful sights, sounds, colors. Did I mention the food?!
      (Correlates to: Your Mindful Eating Mode is… Pleasure)
    • C.
      A luxurious spa retreat in Sedona, Arizona. I work hard and I intend to thoroughly pamper myself. 
      (Correlates to: Your Mindful Eating Mode is… Relaxation)
    • D.
      A body-love retreat in Tulum, Mexico. I'm gonna let the sea restore me. In the company of a positive community.
      (Correlates to: Your Mindful Eating Mode is... Compassion)
  • 9.
    Which of these quotes about mindfulness MOST resonates with you?
    • A.
      “Mindfulness is a way of befriending ourselves and our experience.” — Jon Kabat-Zinn
      (Correlates to: Your Mindful Eating Mode is... Compassion)
    • B.
      “Open the window of your mind. Allow the fresh air, new lights and new truths to enter.” — Amit Ray
      (Correlates to: Your Mindful Eating Mode is… Thought)
    • C.
      “Many people are alive but don’t touch the miracle of being alive.” — Thích Nhất Hạnh
      (Correlates to: Your Mindful Eating Mode is… Pleasure)
    • D.
      “The essence of bravery is being without self-deception.” — Pema Chödrön
      (Correlates to: Your Mindful Eating Mode is… Relaxation)

Quiz Outcomes

  • 1.
    Your Mindful Eating Mode is… Relaxation
    You are passionate, strong, and determined. When you set your mind to a goal, there's nothing you can't accomplish. Mindful eating included! As a leader, and a high achiever… you naturally inspire others to improve their lives and seek the best for themselves. You can use your strong determination to create powerful changes in your relationship to food. Because you live at a quick pace, relaxation is the most important mindful eating mode for you to work with. It's time for you to slow down.As you slow down and relax when you eat, your body will get powerful invitations to digest your food better. Many people even slim down when they start eating slower, because they are fully processing their food. Plus, digestion begins in the mouth, so you don't want to miss this step.Here's your eating challenge for the week:At each and every meal: slow down, relax, and take your time. You work hard and you deserve some time to nourish yourself.You'll find that by giving yourself a little more time with your food, you are going to feel more full. In every area of your life."Drink your tea slowly and reverently, as if it is the axis on which the world earth revolves – slowly, evenly, without rushing toward the future." — Thích Nhất Hạnh🌱 Here Are 3 Powerful Tools to Eat More Mindfully Today 🌱1. Sprinkle on some oxygenJust like air fuels a fire, oxygen actually fuels your digestive fire. The more you breathe when you eat, the more oxygen can help the digestive process. 2 or 3 times during your meal, take a pause and breathe deeply. Fill your lungs up with oxygen like it's a side-dish. When you've finished eating, take a few more deep breaths to signal to your body that you're done. Thank your body for supporting you. This simple practice alone can go a long way in preventing bloating and easing digestive discomfort. 2. Notice your surroundingsMany people eat while they're working, while they're watching television, while they're on the phone. But multitasking while eating usually means disconnecting from your body. Here's a little exercise for you to be more present with your food:At your next meal, put away the distractions. Decide to be just a little more present. Notice your surroundings. Notice your heartbeat. Notice the colors, textures, and tastes of your meal. As you pause and commune with your surroundings, you're opening up to the full experience of your meal. 3. Let go of the pastMany of us carry baggage about the way we've eaten in the past. The way we were raised in relation to food. There’s so much to unpack there, and I want to fully acknowledge how deep this is. A powerful first step in healing from old food challenges is to give yourself permission to start over. You can write a new story.If you notice emotions flooding to the surface during a meal, gently pause. Put a hand on your heart. Think of 3 reasons why you're grateful for yourself.In this way, you'll begin to create a space of self-forgiveness inside your heart. Your Mindful Eating Mentor Hey darling! I'm Jennifer Jordan, mindful eating coach, Yoga teacher, and holistic health mentor🌻What brought me to this path? Simply put, I never felt right in my body growing up. Food was a forever frenemy. As a teen I developed an eating disorder. By some miracle, my friend took me to a yoga class in college. I'll never forget how alive my body felt after that class. Yoga was my life-raft back to my body. Eventually I began to feed myself for real. And I became a Yoga teacher. It became my mission to help other people fall in love with the healing aspects of food. Through workshops and 1-on-1 sessions, I've worked with 1000s of people to feel better about their bodies, lives, and eating habits. I also hold a certification as a Mind Body Eating Coach from the Institute for the Psychology of Eating.If you're struggling with your relationship to food, it's my intention that this work helps you fall back in love with eating... Because food is a deep part of who we are.💚🏡 Here Are Some Nourishing Resources to Help You Come Home to Your Body 🏕️💚1. Listen to my interview on the Food Psyche Podcast. I share my go-to ideas for getting more out of your food. Including real-talk about how to love our bodies, and what we're all really hungry for. 2. Check out my blog: I Love Eating. The intention behind I Love Eating is to share new ways to explore your relationship to food. From mindful eating meditations, to soulful recipes, to ideas about how to naturally aid your metabolism. The blog has helped 1000s of people go deeper on their path of making peace with food. 3. Need one-on-one support? Book a food freedom session with me. First we'll get to know your full-spectrum physical and emotional health. From there, I'll create a custom plan for you to feel good about food, and start eating mindfully with ease and grace.Mindful MomentsNow that we're connected, head on over to your inbox for your quiz results. You'll also get a round-up of my favorite recipes to enhance your relationship with food. Over the next several days, I'll be sharing more tips and techniques, so that you can really see a shift in how you eat.On the other side of developing a mindful eating practice is the benefit of truly loving your body… and truly loving who you are.If you are struggling with your relationship to your body or food, it's very likely that there's a golden opportunity here for you to get more joy out of life itself. 🌿🌹 Here's to finally feeling full and free! 🌹🌿
  • 2.
    Your Mindful Eating Mode is… Pleasure
    You're an artistic free-spirit who loves the magic of the everyday. Connecting to pleasure is a sure-fire way to light up your relationship with food. Many people don't know that enjoying your food actually means you get more nutritional benefit from it. This is awesome news for you. As you tap into your zest for life, eating becomes fun and transformative for you. You also love a good party and a good conversation. So pretend that each meal is a little celebration. When you eat, let it be an inspiring conversation with your food. Because you love curating elegant experiences, make a date out of your meal! Set your table with flowers, the good silverware you name it. Cut out the distractions, and really give yourself permission to savor your food.Here's your eating tip for the week:Make pleasure a priority during meals. At each meal, notice if you're really enjoying your food. If you're not, work on really tasting, savoring, and relishing in your food. Or choose food that lights you up instead."One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well." — Virginia Woolf🌱 Here Are 3 Powerful Tools to Eat More Mindfully Today 🌱1. Sprinkle on some oxygenJust like air fuels a fire, oxygen actually fuels your digestive fire. The more you breathe when you eat, the more oxygen can help the digestive process. 2 or 3 times during your meal, take a pause and breathe deeply. Fill your lungs up with oxygen like it's a side-dish. When you've finished eating, take a few more deep breaths to signal to your body that you're done. Thank your body for supporting you. This simple practice alone can go a long way in preventing bloating and easing digestive discomfort. 2. Notice your surroundingsMany people eat while they're working, while they're watching television, while they're on the phone. But multitasking while eating usually means disconnecting from your body. Here's a little exercise for you to be more present with your food:At your next meal, put away the distractions. Decide to be just a little more present. Notice your surroundings. Notice your heartbeat. Notice the colors, textures, and tastes of your meal. As you pause and commune with your surroundings, you're opening up to the full experience of your meal. 3. Let go of the pastMany of us carry baggage about the way we've eaten in the past. The way we were raised in relation to food. There’s so much to unpack there, and I want to fully acknowledge how deep this is. A powerful first step in healing from old food challenges is to give yourself permission to start over. You can write a new story.If you notice emotions flooding to the surface during a meal, gently pause. Put a hand on your heart. Think of 3 reasons why you're grateful for yourself.In this way, you'll begin to create a space of self-forgiveness inside your heart. Your Mindful Eating Mentor Hey darling! I'm Jennifer Jordan, mindful eating coach, Yoga teacher, and holistic health mentor🌻What brought me to this path? Simply put, I never felt right in my body growing up. Food was a forever frenemy. As a teen I developed an eating disorder. By some miracle, my friend took me to a yoga class in college. I'll never forget how alive my body felt after that class. Yoga was my life-raft back to my body. Eventually I began to feed myself for real. And I became a Yoga teacher. It became my mission to help other people fall in love with the healing aspects of food. Through workshops and 1-on-1 sessions, I've worked with 1000s of people to feel better about their bodies, lives, and eating habits. I also hold a certification as a Mind Body Eating Coach from the Institute for the Psychology of Eating.If you're struggling with your relationship to food, it's my intention that this work helps you fall back in love with eating... Because food is a deep part of who we are.💚🏡 Here Are Some Nourishing Resources to Help You Come Home to Your Body 🏕️💚1. Listen to my interview on the Food Psyche Podcast. I share my go-to ideas for getting more out of your food. Including real-talk about how to love our bodies, and what we're all really hungry for. 2. Check out my blog: I Love Eating. The intention behind I Love Eating is to share new ways to explore your relationship to food. From mindful eating meditations, to soulful recipes, to ideas about how to naturally aid your metabolism. The blog has helped 1000s of people go deeper on their path of making peace with food. 3. Need one-on-one support? Book a food freedom session with me. First we'll get to know your full-spectrum physical and emotional health. From there, I'll create a custom plan for you to feel good about food, and start eating mindfully with ease and grace.Mindful MomentsNow that we're connected, head on over to your inbox for your quiz results. You'll also get a round-up of my favorite recipes to enhance your relationship with food. Over the next several days, I'll be sharing more tips and techniques, so that you can really see a shift in how you eat.On the other side of developing a mindful eating practice is the benefit of truly loving your body… and truly loving who you are.If you are struggling with your relationship to your body or food, it's very likely that there's a golden opportunity here for you to get more joy out of life itself. 🌿🌹 Here's to finally feeling full and free! 🌹🌿
  • 3.
    Your Mindful Eating Mode is... Compassion
    You're open-hearted and naturally nurturing. Kindness is your middle name. The best way for you to eat mindfully? Make food your friend. Your kind personality means that you're often a rock to others. You're the one your friends lean on for guidance and support. It's time to treat yourself to some of the loving compassion that you lavish on your friends. Let eating be your laboratory for deeper self-love. So be open to forgiving yourself for any supposed shortcomings when it comes to your body or your relationship to food. Gratitude is also your self-care superpower. Before you begin a meal, think of several things you're grateful for. Offer this meal to something greater than you. By using gratitude as your anchor, you'll be amazed at how your relationship with food totally blossoms.Here's a tool for you to bake compassion into your meals:Journal about your past with food. Get it all out there: the challenges and the triumphs. Then read your journal as if you were reading your friend's diary. What would you tell your friend? Hold yourself in that grace.“The art of peaceful living comes down to living compassionately & wisely.” — Allan Lokos🌱 Here Are 3 Powerful Tools to Eat More Mindfully Today 🌱1. Sprinkle on some oxygenJust like air fuels a fire, oxygen actually fuels your digestive fire. The more you breathe when you eat, the more oxygen can help the digestive process. 2 or 3 times during your meal, take a pause and breathe deeply. Fill your lungs up with oxygen like it's a side-dish. When you've finished eating, take a few more deep breaths to signal to your body that you're done. Thank your body for supporting you. This simple practice alone can go a long way in preventing bloating and easing digestive discomfort. 2. Notice your surroundingsMany people eat while they're working, while they're watching television, while they're on the phone. But multitasking while eating usually means disconnecting from your body. Here's a little exercise for you to be more present with your food:At your next meal, put away the distractions. Decide to be just a little more present. Notice your surroundings. Notice your heartbeat. Notice the colors, textures, and tastes of your meal. As you pause and commune with your surroundings, you're opening up to the full experience of your meal. 3. Let go of the pastMany of us carry baggage about the way we've eaten in the past. The way we were raised in relation to food. There’s so much to unpack there, and I want to fully acknowledge how deep this is. A powerful first step in healing from old food challenges is to give yourself permission to start over. You can write a new story.If you notice emotions flooding to the surface during a meal, gently pause. Put a hand on your heart. Think of 3 reasons why you're grateful for yourself.In this way, you'll begin to create a space of self-forgiveness inside your heart. Your Mindful Eating Mentor Hey darling! I'm Jennifer Jordan, mindful eating coach, Yoga teacher, and holistic health mentor🌻What brought me to this path? Simply put, I never felt right in my body growing up. Food was a forever frenemy. As a teen I developed an eating disorder. By some miracle, my friend took me to a yoga class in college. I'll never forget how alive my body felt after that class. Yoga was my life-raft back to my body. Eventually I began to feed myself for real. And I became a Yoga teacher. It became my mission to help other people fall in love with the healing aspects of food. Through workshops and 1-on-1 sessions, I've worked with 1000s of people to feel better about their bodies, lives, and eating habits. I also hold a certification as a Mind Body Eating Coach from the Institute for the Psychology of Eating.If you're struggling with your relationship to food, it's my intention that this work helps you fall back in love with eating... Because food is a deep part of who we are.💚🏡 Here Are Some Nourishing Resources to Help You Come Home to Your Body 🏕️💚1. Listen to my interview on the Food Psyche Podcast. I share my go-to ideas for getting more out of your food. Including real-talk about how to love our bodies, and what we're all really hungry for. 2. Check out my blog: I Love Eating. The intention behind I Love Eating is to share new ways to explore your relationship to food. From mindful eating meditations, to soulful recipes, to ideas about how to naturally aid your metabolism. The blog has helped 1000s of people go deeper on their path of making peace with food. 3. Need one-on-one support? Book a food freedom session with me. First we'll get to know your full-spectrum physical and emotional health. From there, I'll create a custom plan for you to feel good about food, and start eating mindfully with ease and grace.Mindful MomentsNow that we're connected, head on over to your inbox for your quiz results. You'll also get a round-up of my favorite recipes to enhance your relationship with food. Over the next several days, I'll be sharing more tips and techniques, so that you can really see a shift in how you eat.On the other side of developing a mindful eating practice is the benefit of truly loving your body… and truly loving who you are.If you are struggling with your relationship to your body or food, it's very likely that there's a golden opportunity here for you to get more joy out of life itself. 🌿🌹 Here's to finally feeling full and free! 🌹🌿
  • 4.
    Your Mindful Eating Mode is… Thought
    You have a deep and considered approach to life. Your mind is your anchor, probably because you're wicked smart! You can tap into the power of thought in order to deepen your relationship with food. Science tells us that the way we think about what we eat impacts our digestion, metabolism, and hormones. Just like the placebo effect. If we think a food is healthy, we will get more nutritional benefit from it.A powerful way for you to use thought to heal your relationship with food is to study how you think about it. This approach works well for you because you happen to delight in details. Here's a mindful eating tool for you to harness the power of thought:Through journaling, create an inventory about some of your most common thoughts about food. Do you call certain kinds of food "good" and others "bad?" Once you've got a long list going, highlight the thoughts that lift you up. Then X out the thoughts that are bringing you down. Rewrite the unfriendly thoughts by flipping them into a positive. When you're eating, you can begin to notice if some of those unfriendly thoughts want to crop up. Then practice one of your new, friendly thoughts instead. "Meditation practice isn’t about trying to throw ourselves away and become something better. It’s about befriending who we are already." – Pema Chödrön🌱 Here Are 3 Powerful Tools to Eat More Mindfully Today 🌱1. Sprinkle on some oxygenJust like air fuels a fire, oxygen actually fuels your digestive fire. The more you breathe when you eat, the more oxygen can help the digestive process. 2 or 3 times during your meal, take a pause and breathe deeply. Fill your lungs up with oxygen like it's a side-dish. When you've finished eating, take a few more deep breaths to signal to your body that you're done. Thank your body for supporting you. This simple practice alone can go a long way in preventing bloating and easing digestive discomfort. 2. Notice your surroundingsMany people eat while they're working, while they're watching television, while they're on the phone. But multitasking while eating usually means disconnecting from your body. Here's a little exercise for you to be more present with your food:At your next meal, put away the distractions. Decide to be just a little more present. Notice your surroundings. Notice your heartbeat. Notice the colors, textures, and tastes of your meal. As you pause and commune with your surroundings, you're opening up to the full experience of your meal. 3. Let go of the pastMany of us carry baggage about the way we've eaten in the past. The way we were raised in relation to food. There’s so much to unpack there, and I want to fully acknowledge how deep this is. A powerful first step in healing from old food challenges is to give yourself permission to start over. You can write a new story.If you notice emotions flooding to the surface during a meal, gently pause. Put a hand on your heart. Think of 3 reasons why you're grateful for yourself.In this way, you'll begin to create a space of self-forgiveness inside your heart. Your Mindful Eating Mentor Hey darling! I'm Jennifer Jordan, mindful eating coach, Yoga teacher, and holistic health mentor🌻What brought me to this path? Simply put, I never felt right in my body growing up. Food was a forever frenemy. As a teen I developed an eating disorder. By some miracle, my friend took me to a yoga class in college. I'll never forget how alive my body felt after that class. Yoga was my life-raft back to my body. Eventually I began to feed myself for real. And I became a Yoga teacher. It became my mission to help other people fall in love with the healing aspects of food. Through workshops and 1-on-1 sessions, I've worked with 1000s of people to feel better about their bodies, lives, and eating habits. I also hold a certification as a Mind Body Eating Coach from the Institute for the Psychology of Eating.If you're struggling with your relationship to food, it's my intention that this work helps you fall back in love with eating... Because food is a deep part of who we are.💚🏡 Here Are Some Nourishing Resources to Help You Come Home to Your Body 🏕️💚1. Listen to my interview on the Food Psyche Podcast. I share my go-to ideas for getting more out of your food. Including real-talk about how to love our bodies, and what we're all really hungry for. 2. Check out my blog: I Love Eating. The intention behind I Love Eating is to share new ways to explore your relationship to food. From mindful eating meditations, to soulful recipes, to ideas about how to naturally aid your metabolism. The blog has helped 1000s of people go deeper on their path of making peace with food. 3. Need one-on-one support? Book a food freedom session with me. First we'll get to know your full-spectrum physical and emotional health. From there, I'll create a custom plan for you to feel good about food, and start eating mindfully with ease and grace.Mindful MomentsNow that we're connected, head on over to your inbox for your quiz results. You'll also get a round-up of my favorite recipes to enhance your relationship with food. Over the next several days, I'll be sharing more tips and techniques, so that you can really see a shift in how you eat.On the other side of developing a mindful eating practice is the benefit of truly loving your body… and truly loving who you are.If you are struggling with your relationship to your body or food, it's very likely that there's a golden opportunity here for you to get more joy out of life itself. 🌿🌹 Here's to finally feeling full and free! 🌹🌿