What To Eat After A Breakup To Feel Better, Faster
Helping you nourish your body as your mend your heart.
What You'll Learn
After a breakup it's often difficult to nourish your body. Heartbreak can either lead to a lack of appetite or an urge to consume comfort foods that don't give your body the nutrients it needs. In this class you'll learn about the connection between food and your emotions. Then, we'll go over some foods that are good for mending and some healthy habits that will help you practice self care through nutrition.
What Menders Say
9 out of 10 Mend users would recommend Mend to a friend.
“Let food be thy medicine.”
Frequently Asked Questions
Elle is the Chief Mender of Broken Hearts, founder and voice behind Mend. Her work with Mend has been featured in The New York Times, Forbes, Vogue, Vice, Bustle, Refinery 29, Fast Company, Elle, The Guardian, and The Washington Post.