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Why Choose Holistic Nutrition?

A focus on whole foods and preventative healthcare is at the centre of my approach and provides the framework for your journey to wellness.

Every single cell in our bodies is made from the nutrients found in the foods we eat; therefore, the function of each cell in our bodies is dependent on those nutrients. As a Certified Holistic Nutritionist (CNP), I ensure those micronutrients are available via whole-food diet plans and targeted supplementation so that each client can reach their highest level of health. Your food should work for you!

To do so, I assess the distinctive physiology of each client—this often includes determining food sensitivities, detoxification, addressing internal imbalances, and environmental and lifestyle assessment. Curious about what superfoods can do for you? I also consider the newest nutritional breakthroughs and adapt them to each individual.

Holistic food preparation, herbal medicine, creative and effective superfood combinations, lifestyle coaching, and the prevention of disease all fall within the realm of holistic nutrition and are important parts of a thorough Holistic Life Plan.

Achieving optimal health doesn’t have to be complicated. In fact, you have the tools right at your fingertips, all you need is the guidance to choose the right strategy for you.

A healthy, whole-foods-based diet truly is the foundation to preventing and reversing most disease, sustaining a high quality of life well into old age, and reducing the physical and mental signs of aging and stress.

As a registered Holistic Nutritionist (CNP), I guide individuals to reach their highest state of well-being through conscious eating, targeted supplementation, and lifestyle adjustments.

Take your health into your own hands and learn about my services and particular specialties. For questions or inquires about your own personalized program, contact me directly at or 416.985.2162 or complete a client intake form.

What is a Holistic Nutritionist?

For your own well-being, please keep in mind that Holistic Nutritionist is not a regulated term. For this reason it is best to ensure that the Holistic Nutritionist you are considering is certified and registered. The credentials CNP (Certified Nutritional Practitioner) indicate this and are important to look for. This designation shows that your practitioner has completed an extensive multi-disciplinary program at the Institute of Holistic Nutrition, combining many hours of class work with hands-on instruction.

During schooling, courses and areas of practice include:

  • The fundamentals of nutrition
  • The biochemistry and metabolism of the body
  • Anatomy and physiology
  • Natural supplementation
  • Herbal medicine and the creation of tinctures
  • The prevention and pathology of disease
  • Detoxification
  • The psychology of disease
  • Advanced nutrition research
  • Ayurvedic principles
  • Holistic food preparation
  • Nutritional and the environment

Further, CNPs are approved by both the Certified Nutritional Practitioners Council of Canada (CNPCC), and the International Organization of Nutritional Consultants (IONC) to ensure a consistently high level of practice is maintained.