You are invited to Good Mood Food a 10-day course that grounds you in the science while also getting you in the kitchen. Learn recipes to help you breakfast for success, regulate mood swings, and eat on the go. Jason also teaches you how to time meals to maximize energy, how to prepare the mind and body for sleep, and how to tune in to food’s subtle effects on your biochemistry.
Optimize brain health • Boost your energy • Improve sleep quality • Approach food with mindfulness • Eat the right kinds of fat • Avoid hanger • Uncover nutrient deficiencies • Develop healthy, tasty recipes from scratch • Feel good, consistently
Full access to Good Mood Food along with 60+ courses on health, personal growth, and social impact
600+ daily practices including yoga, meditation, goal-setting, activism, and much more
New courses added every month!
10 daily instructional videos (streaming access).
10 course recipes.
Ongoing community support.
Mobile app access: Watch or listen offline, create custom playlists, and screencast to TVs
Good Mood Food includes 10 premium class videos.
Stream them to any computer or mobile device!
Each class builds on the next, like a good book, helping you cultivate a healthy lifestyle and boost your mood.
Class lengths: 15-30min.
Jason shares a few of his favorite all-purpose brain-boosting foods and nutrients and their benefits for your neurological health.
Video length: 8min.
The Good Mood Food cookbook includes 15 additional recipes along with with nutrition notes and ingredient tips.
Cookbook length: 48 pages
Jason Wrobel (J-Wro) is the bestselling author of the Hay House cookbook and lifestyle guide, Eaternity. As the first plant-based chef with a primetime television series, his groundbreaking show “How to Live to 100” taught millions of people how to prepare delicious, organic, healthy meals at home.
With more than 20 years of experience in holistic, plant-based nutrition and gourmet cooking techniques, his offerings are fueled by his passionate, lighthearted vibes.
How can we use diet to support feeling good consistently? How can we develop mindfulness practices that help us make better meal choices? How can food optimize our brain health?