Jessicabaari's Instagram Audience Analytics and Demographics


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75.0% of jessicabaari's followers are female and 25.0% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 0.20%. The average number of likes per post is 40 and the average number of comments is 6.

Jessicabaari loves posting about Recipes, Health, Food.

Check jessicabaari's audience demography. This analytics report shows jessicabaari's audience demographic percentage for key statistic like number of followers, average engagement rate, topic of interests, top-5 countries, core gender and so forth.

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  • Fitness & Yoga 59.41 %
  • Art & Design 55.50 %
  • Children & Family 55.20 %
  • Business & Careers 51.20 %
  • Restaurants, Food & Grocery 51.07 %
  • Clothes, Shoes, Handbags & Accessories 48.02 %
  • Beauty & Fashion 47.05 %
  • Healthy Lifestyle 45.18 %
  • Music 39.30 %
  • Travel & Tourism 38.87 %
  • Entertainment 38.24 %
  • Pets 37.32 %
  • Home & Garden 36.83 %


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I’m gettin my pool day, come rain or shine. #tyedie #poolday #sundayfunday

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It’s still mental health May awareness month. I’ve learned over the years that how we eat is a direct correlation to our internal mental state and our response to external stimuli. In association with this month l, I’ve added the 66-day #nosugarlovechallenge. This is because over consumption of sugar leads to disruption in mood regulation. Why? Because we express different hormones when we consume things high in sugar - which is usually also high in fat and other additives. Namely cortisol and insulin are the two hormones released. If you suffer from anxiety or depression, the easiest way to mitigate some of it, is through food. And at the very least, not exacerbate your anxiety or depression through overconsumption. Even if you’re on medication depending on the severity of your anxiety and/or depression. Which btw- is necessary depending on an individuals circumstance. Maybe for the short term and for some the longer term. We create chemical reactions in our brain based on what we eat, our environment(financial, home life, work), psychosocial (relationships), & spirituality,(or non thereof). Our stress level is a response to any or all of these things. While food is a very simple way to start, it surely isn’t the only thing to look at. Because as we see, you can eat perfectly but hate your job and live@for the weekends which doesn’t work for the long term. Or you can love your job but constantly overeat on all the foods that make you tired easily and/or out of breath... Check out my stories where I post the link this free downloadable pdf. Put it somewhere you’ll see and do some internal inventory. It never hurts to check in with yourself. #nosugarlovechallenge #cbttherapy #jessicabarinutrotionalpsychologyprogram

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This is clearly a money quote, which I liken to health as well. There’s so many approaches to health you can take based on your desired goal(s). I myself have taken many different ones depending on my circumstances and/or short term goal. Now, I’m in it for the long term gain. Of course short term goals are great within the long game as they keep our enthusiasm high and instill confidence in ourselves every time we keep those attainable short term promises to meet those goals. What I like to ask myself often is, what choice am I making now that I know will pay me later on? For me, it’s *Meditation *Reading *Critical Thinking *Daily exercise *Limited processed foods *Journaling *Talking things out *And honoring my passion for theater and film by taking an acting class. Some days I do more of one of these than the rest. The point is though, that small daily achievable commitments to these things brings the later rewards of: *Reduced stress *Better emotional management *body acceptance *Self Acceptance *Saying no to using food for coping *A general sense of feeling good about life *All of this is key to being able to go out into the world living fully as yourself without the need to hide or be shameful of who we intrinsically are. Small, daily actions towards doing the work that doesn’t always feel great in the moment but pays dividends down the line is the kind of work that I’m interested in. I’m curious, genuinely curious to know what are yours?? Please share. #cbttherapy #paydividends #moneytalk #foodtalk #besteats

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Let’s talk about the carbs/sugars you can have! ⠀⠀ Complex carbs are good and definitely good for the brain as well. ⠀⠀ What are good complex carbs? Purple potato Sweet potato White potato Rice Peas Beans/lentils Pumpkin Quinoa Gluten free oats. ⠀⠀ This is a no sugar challenge, not a low carb or no carb one! ⠀⠀ So make your plate a mix of good protein, fats, veggies and complex carbs and you will win by beating the sugar cravings. ⠀⠀ #nosugarlovechallenge #jessicabaarinutritionist #cbttherapist #macronutrientmoodtherapist

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How to stop cravings is a question I asked myself A LOT when I was craving sweets (almost my whole life,with the exception of a few years). ⠀⠀ I literally thought there was something wrong with me! ⠀⠀ So how do we do it? Well, for one- most women do really well on higher protein diets. Thus, consuming anywhere from 4-6 ounces at lunch and dinner is a start. ⠀⠀ Then eating ENOUGH VEGETABLES is key for fullness and fiber. ⠀⠀ FAT (gotta find the right amount for you) some people do well with a little while others Need more. ⠀⠀ Starchy Veggies- 1/2-2 cups depending on your size is ideal at dinner. I encourage you to okay around with the combo of protein/veggies/fat/starch to determine what amounts work best for you. You can always redefine your relationship with food. #miaminutritionist #miamicbttherapist #miamimoodtherapist #jessicabaari

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Day 1 officially begins today! Lots of you are scared to begin the 66-day no sugar challenge. Let me assure you this is not a diet or detox or meal plan. This is simply a habit reformation of not consuming excess sugar which affects mood- namely depression and anxiety, and stress. Fat loss may be a by-product of this. You can consume: 1.) high quality meats (or legumes if vegetarian) 2.) fibrous veggies 3.) moderate starchy veggies- sweet potato, carrots, beets, potato 4.) qualify fats 5.) up to 1 cup of fruit a day (this is how much our liver can take of fructose without storing) That’s a lot of foods you can consume. It might require a little planning or smart choices on the go. You can do it! Day 1 for me and my girls is already in the books. You got this 💪🏽💪🏽 #nosugarlove #jessicabaari #nutritionist #miamimoodtherapist #neurotransmitters #releasetheserotonin

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66 Day No Sugar Challenge! ⠀⠀ Guidelines: 1.) No processed foods 2.) No cookies, cakes, muffins, croissants, crackers, bars, protein bars, powders 3.) No Chocolate or candy or dried fruit (unless raw cacao nibs) 4.) Maximum 1 cup of fruit a day 5.) No stevia, xylitol, or anything artificial! What’s good: 1.) Whole unprocessed Foods 2.) Fresh fruit 3.) Fresh veggies 4.) Quality lean meats 5.) Good fats - avocado, olive oil, avocado oil, hemp seeds, chia seeds, real unprocessed butter, unsweetened all natural nut butters, raw mixed nuts ............................................. The no chocolate rule is going to be quite hard for me because I have it daily. And so anything I find really hard to give up is usually a good indication I’m using it to soothe myself or as a reward. ⠀⠀ Who’s joining the challenge?? Tag #nosugarlove ⠀⠀ Every day I’m going to post in my stories and in my feed meal ideas and what I do when those pesky desires start to arise 💆🏻‍♀️🧠💪🏽 #nosugarlove #energyflow #jessicabari #macronutrienttherapist #nutritionist

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Even on Mother’s Day I’ll make a quick trip to the office to get in some work. ⠀⠀ I even woke up early to set the intention for the rest of my week. With new opportunities presented, there’s lots to think about. Rather than using food to cope with any new feelings - excitement, fear, anxiety, happiness, overwhelm, the unknown... I ask myself 1.) who do I want to be during the transition phase? 2.) How would I like to respond? 3.) what can I do to feel more heart-centered when making big decisions? 4.) I write everything down that comes to mind. Purging of all my thoughts and feelings helps to keep energy moving and my mind clear. Try it! #clearmind #journalflow #nutritionalpsychology #cbdpsych #growth #38yearsold #ipreview


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