Cooking for better focus, motivation and wellbeing
Want to learn how to be more focused, motivated and happier by making simple changes to your diet?
I've got you covered!
My name is Dr Jane Genovese. I’ve created a program called Eating Smart, which covers the latest science of eating for optimal brainpower, motivation and wellbeing.
Research shows what we eat makes a dramatic difference to our ability to think and learn. Eating certain foods (and avoiding others) helps us to focus better, think better and feel better.
But this is overlooked in 99% of books and courses that focus on improving happiness, productivity and academic performance.
Being able to plan, shop, chop and cook healthy meals/snacks are habits worth mastering.
In fact, these habits are the simplest way to improve your health, happiness and grades.
What's in the Eating Smart course?
This isn’t your usual cooking/healthy eating course. In this course, you'll learn how to create healthy habits focused around eating for optimal brainpower and improving the way you feel.
There are 9 modules in this program:
Here's what we cover:
- Tools, techniques and ideas to get you cooking with more plants and whole-foods
- The latest science of eating for optimal brainpower, enhanced motivation and wellbeing
- How to form healthy habits (and maintain them)
- Practical strategies to reduce your junk food intake and cravings
- How to make significant savings on your weekly grocery shop
- Navigating the supermarket with speed, convenience and ease
- Systems to help you save time, streamline the cooking process and get dinner on the table quickly
- And much, much more!
Cooking can seem overwhelming if it’s not part of your life. But in this course, I’ll take you through a step-by-step process. You’ll see that it’s not hard. You can do this.
Is cooking healthy meals really worth the time?
Yes, it absolutely is.
Is it worth the effort?
Consider this . . .
When you spend time cooking your own healthy meals, you’re investing in a time savings account. You’ll get that time back plus interest – in terms of:
- greater energy levels
- more vitality
- more motivation
- enhanced wellbeing
- better thinking
- better learning
- better focus
So yes, cooking is time well spent!
What do you get when you sign up?
- Access to over 45 short, fun and easy to understand videos
- Access to your own habits coach (that’s me!)
- Powerful tools to help you achieve behaviour change
If you’ve fallen into the habit of eating take away or perhaps you just want to see how good you can feel by making simple changes to your lifestyle, now is the perfect time to skill up, elevate your kitchen game, and boost your brainpower with the Eating Smart program.
“Jane Genovese does the “work” and then delivers her knowledge to her audience passionately and concisely. It really does help to break bad habits and learn better ones. Thanks Jane. You’re a gem!"
- Susan Hartley, Eating Smart Participant
StartToo busy to cook: Overcoming the time trap (4:47)
StartWhat should we be eating? (3:43)
StartUnderstanding your brain and nutrition (2:06)
StartToxic junk foods: What the science says (2:31)
StartThe Reducetarian approach (8:05)
StartBrain (and gut) loving foods (12:01)
StartThe magical power of beans (2:25)
StartFoods to help you sleep better (5:38)
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Dr Jane Genovese has worked with thousands of students teaching creative study strategies, memory techniques, overcoming procrastination, exam preparation, managing stress, resilience, and how to focus in the age of distraction.
She graduated from Murdoch university in 2009 with a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Psychology with first class honours and received a Vice Chancellor’s Award for Academic Excellence. In 2017, she completed her doctoral thesis in the area of education and psychology. She was recognised as being in the top 10% of teaching staff at Murdoch University in the student surveys of teaching.
She draws on her research and personal experience to show students with the right mindset and practical study strategies they can take charge of their studies, learn effectively, and have fun.