Jessie Clayton, Author at Fitgenic

Jessie Clayton, RYT 500

Jessie Clayton is a highly regarded yoga instructor (RYT 500) and certified nutritionist dedicated to guiding individuals on their journey to holistic well-being, with over 5 years of experience in yoga and nutrition. Jessie is an avid Christ follower and passionate advocate for the harmonious integration of mind, body, and spirit.

Womens multivitamin supplement

Top 4 Multivitamin Supplements for Women

Discover the best multivitamin supplements and vitamins for women. Read the research and get advice about which supplement is best for you.

Green juice benefits

Benefits of Drinking Green Juice Daily

Should you drink green juice daily? What about green juice powders? Let's dive into the many health benefits.

Woman sweating yoga

6 Yoga Exercises to Help You Sweat, Along with Additional Sun Salutations

There's no doubt that sweating while practicing yoga does wonders for health and well-being. Which yoga poses are best?

Depression and fitness

5 Effective Natural Methods To Reduce Depression

These natural strategies can help you fight against symptoms of depression and reduce your symptoms to make your life more manageable.

Abs exercises

What are the Best Exercises for Abs? Try These Simple Routines

Would you like to learn the best ab exercises to lean and tone your midsection? These simple routines will go a long way.

Running motivation

How to Start Running When You are Out of Shape

Are you lacking the motivation to start running and get back into shape? This healthy guide will help you on your way to success.

Weight training outside

Is Strength Training Good for Weight-Loss?

Strength training has many benefits, such as building muscle, but can this form of exercise help you lose weight?

Knees to chest yoga post apanasana

5 Yoga Poses to Strengthen the Back Muscles and Relieve Pain

Simple & effective yoga poses to help relieve back pain and strengthen your muscles. Try these poses if you have severe back pain or a tight back!

Mindset fitness

Disordered Thinking & How it Affects Your Fitness Goals

Thoughts and how we think about food play a much larger role in fitness than many professionals are willing to admit.

Gut health research

Gut Health Research - All Roads Lead to the Stomach

Gut health research is prominent these days and proves that eating real food, mostly fruit and vegetables, is essential to maintain good health. 

Eating and fitness

Let’s Review Hedonistic Compensation and Fitness

There is a lot of marketing today that gives the impression that exercise “needs” to be high-impact and highly energetic. It's not true!