“As to diseases, make a habit of two things — to help, or at least, to do no harm.” - Hippocrates
Who am I? I am a mom who was forced to learn more about holistic health and nutrition in a desperate search to help my son after his reaction to a vaccine. I became deeply interested in holistic health and took classes to learn more about food, herbs, home remedies, and homeopathy. Then I came across the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition and took it to the next level, becoming a registered holistic nutritionist in 2016. Since receiving my diploma, I have worked at different health food stores to get more information about supplements, the companies which make them, and the dynamics of the natural health industry. I continue to work at a holistic wellness center today, to stay up to date on products, trends and research.
Why do I believe in the holistic approach? During my life so far, I've had three eye-opening experiences with the holistic approach to health. My first experience was during my teens, when my parents took me to a naturopathic doctor after many years of unsuccessful medical treatment for my rare eye condition. My second experience was my son's reaction to a vaccination, and the third was my mom's battle with cancer. In each case, I saw amazing progress when a holistic approach was added to the mainstream treatment, and this made me believe in the power of nature and the body's ability to heal.
Education in holistic health
Canadian School of Natural Nutrition - Holistic Nutritionist 2014-2016
The Institute of Holistic Nutrition - Understanding Laboratory Diagnostics in Clinical Practice 2017