Women metabolize energy differently than men. The correct food ratios can FUEL energy! Enjoy our Peanut Butter & Ancient Grains ENERGY bar for women. http://bit.ly/2g3sYei Buy now.
Women & Stress
Women experience stress differently than men. Cherries can help increase the availability of tryptophan, while almonds and cashews are packed with magnesium that can help keep cortisol levels low. Enjoy our Cherry & Nut CALM BAR!
Weight Loss Hormones
Don’t wait until 2017 to make good on your new year’s resolution to drop those stubborn holiday pounds! Turn your weight loss hormones on now so the damage is minimal after you’ve popped the champagne and sample more than your share of sweets. We all know calories in and calories out combined with a good […]
Eat Like a Woman® Founder & CEO, Staness Jonekos, shares a chapter in women’s health that inspired the Eat Like a Woman product line.
My friend, Catherine Katz @Cuisinicity has shared two of her Eat Like a Woman approved recipes!!! Both are easy to make! Catherine LOVES the food that LOVES you back! Yes, she is an incredible chef, BUT she also has her PhD in neuroscience from Princeton University. We are both science nerds that love nourishing food! […]
Eat Like a Woman brings together the latest in women’s health science, including the mind-body and food-based approaches to improve brain and emotional health, dramatically reduce stress and improve the quality of your life. There are sex differences in cardiovascular disease. One in three women will die from heart disease, making it the #1 killer […]
By Staness Jonekos Seven Reasons to Choose Healthy Foods that have Nothing to do with Weight Loss What happened to eating healthy foods to prevent disease, promote healthy aging and lengthen life span, energize workouts, improve heart health and productivity? 1. Be more productive at work. A recent study done by researchers at Brigham Young […]
Menopausal Weight Gain: How To Get Your Body Back! It is estimated that the average weight gain during the menopause transition is about 10 to 15 pounds. Well, I must not be average, because I gained almost 30 pounds in less than a year when I slammed into menopause! Frustrated that I could not find […]