JM Nutrition Registered Dietitians and Nutritionists have unique areas of specialization allowing you to receive the highest level of expertise–one of the reasons why we come highly recommended by our clients and many doctors.
Lyndsay brings with her a good deal of experience in:
Lyndsay Hall, Registered Dietitian (RD), BASc
Lyndsay Hall is a graduate of Applied Human Nutrition at the University of Guelph. What’s more, she completed an accredited dietetic internship with Hamilton Health Sciences to become a Registered Dietitian (RD).
Mississauga dietitian, Lyndsay, is no doubt passionate about nutrition. As a result, she communicates effectively with clients, as well as practitioners, from all walks of life.
With much of her time spent treating patients with various gastro-intestinal conditions at a clinical internship, Lyndsay gained significant knowledge and experience with nutritional management of various bowel diseases. These include Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis.
As a Registered Dietitian, Lyndsay offers highly personalized and client-centred nutrition counselling from an evidence-based perspective.
Furthermore, Lyndsay prides herself on being thorough and detail-oriented. At the same time, she has a realistic, down-to-earth and supportive approach. As a result, her clients highly appreciate and value her counselling methods.
As an added bonus, Lyndsay has a solid knowledge base of various international foods, placing her in a prime position to help people from various cultural backgrounds adjust their eating habits.
All in all, Lyndsay’s passion, enthusiasm and dedication to promoting healthy eating and wellness are simply exceptional.
Read: Lyndsay’s contributions:
A Dietician’s Guide to Eating Healthy Without Sacrificing Flavor, Toast Magazine
Raw vs. Cooked: How to Get the Most Out of Your Vegetables, Reader’s Digest Best Health Magazine
Does Your Kid Need A Multivitamin? Today’s Parent
No, Low-Carb And Keto Are Not The Same Thing, The Vitamin Shoppe
5 Ways To Sneak Greens Into Your Snack Habit, The Vitamin Shoppe
Nataly’s expertise is in high demand. She possesses extensive knowledge in many nutrition-related fields. She is especially accomplished in the following areas:
Nataly Georgieva, Registered Dietitian (RD), MScFN
Nataly Georgieva graduated from the Master of Science in Foods & Nutrition (MScFN) program at Brescia University College, Western University. As the MScFN program is accredited by Dietitians of Canada, Nataly completed her dietetic internship at various placements to become a Registered Dietitian (RD).
In addition, Nataly is licensed with the College of Dietitians of Ontario and is an active member of Dietitians of Canada.
During her dietetic internship, Nataly completed placements at the Diabetes Education Centre – St. Joseph’s Healthcare in London, Public Health – Middlesex London Health Unit (MLHU), Eating Disorders Unit – Ontario Shores, amongst others. As a result, she gained experience in the following areas: diabetes, eating disorders, food industry, public health, multi-organ transplant and long-term care.
Naturally, such a well-rounded experience allowed her to develop strong skills in working with diverse patient populations. On account of these experiences, Nataly is well-equipped to help clients manage a variety of conditions.
Furthermore, Nataly conducted an independent research study which pertained to assessing the knowledge, beliefs and pattern of consumption of protein shakes among gym users in London, ON.
What’s more, Nataly volunteers for the National Initiative for Eating Disorders (NIED) and is a part of the program’s communications team.
As a Registered Dietitian and nutrition consultant, Nataly helps clients in achieving their nutrition-related goals by providing personalized solutions, evidence-based practice and supportive coaching that is second to none.
Because Nataly’s dedication to the realm of eating disorders and disordered eating is second to none, she regularly takes part in professional development in the area to stay up-to-date with the latest methods. For example, Nataly completed a year-log course eating disorder course, EDforRDs, gaining invaluable expertise in the area.
Last, Nataly enjoys and excels in various speaking roles, in-person and virtual presentations, workshops and lunch and learn events.
Take a look at Nataly’s interview on Global News Radio 640 Toronto segment.
Kirsten has specialized training and experience in the following areas:
Kirsten Swantee, BSc, Registered Dietitian (RD)
A graduate of the Nutrition and Dietetics program at Acadia University, Kirsten Swantee also holds a Bachelor of Science in Nutrition with Honours.
Kirsten is registered with the College of Dietitians of Ontario and the Nova Scotia Dietetic Association and is a member of Dietitians of Canada.
Kirsten is originally from St. John’s, Newfoundland, where she studied biochemistry for two years at Memorial University of Newfoundland, before moving to Nova Scotia to complete her Bachelor of Science in Nutrition at Acadia University.
She completed her dietetic practicum in the Annapolis Valley with rotations in community health, long-term care, hospital food-service management, clinical nutrition and diabetes education.
In addition, Kirsten completed honours research evaluating the effectiveness of the cardiac rehabilitation program in the Annapolis Valley.
Kirsten believes in eating real, whole foods, balanced meals, and that, in moderation, anything can fit into a healthy diet.
She uses a personalized approach to nutrition counselling, through careful listening and the ability to simplify the complexities of the nutrition world to create a practical plan for making changes.
Without a doubt, Kirsten excels at helping clients set realistic goals, find simple ways to improve their health, gain confidence with food choices, build sustainable healthy habits and ultimately reach their goals.
Moreover, she provides flexible customized plans, ongoing education and accountability, all in a supportive, judgement-free environment. Kirsten is excited at every opportunity to help someone improve their health through food.
In addition to offering virtual nutritional counselling, Kirsten is a registered dietitian who counsels from the Halifax, Nova Scotia office.
Maude has experience and/or has taken additional training in the following areas:
Maude Morin, BSN, MAN, RD
Maude completed her undergraduate degree at Acadia University in Nutrition and Dietetics. She also completed a Master of Applied Nutrition at the University of Guelph and simultaneous accredited dietetic internship in the Niagara Region.
Maude strives to share her love of food and nutrition with her clients by focusing on simplicity. Her nutrition philosophy centres around the notion that long-term success can be achieved through flexibility and small, sustainable changes over time. Through an inclusive and compassionate approach, Maude ensures clients feel heard and respected in their counselling sessions.
Furthermore, Maude offers support by building accountability, goal-setting skills and individualized meal plans to guide clients toward their goals.
Maude’s experience is largely grounded in community retail environments where she has counselled hundreds of clients with numerous health problems and varying goals. This has challenged her to stay up to date on research for many men’s and women’s health concerns, preparing her to work with diverse client populations.
Moreover, Maude enjoys conducting virtual and in-person presentations for groups.
Kyle focuses his practice on:
Kyle Butler, Registered Dietitian (RD), BScAHN, BSc
Kyle Butler is a graduate from the Applied Human Nutrition program at Mount Saint Vincent University in Halifax, Nova Scotia. He completed the integrated internship education program with numerous placements to become a Registered Dietitian (RD).
Prior to completing this program, Kyle obtained a Bachelor of Science majoring in Biochemistry (Nutrition) with a minor in Psychology.
In addition, Kyle is licensed with the College of Dietitians of Ontario and the Newfoundland & Labrador College of Dietitians. He is an active member of Dietitians of Canada and the Canadian Nutrition Society.
Kyle’s passion for nutrition sparked during his teenage years, when he developed an interest in food, nutrition and overall health and wellbeing. Initially, Kyle began pursuing a degree in Engineering before deciding to turn his passion into a career.
This decision allowed him to complete a degree in Biochemistry in his hometown of St. John’s, Newfoundland at Memorial University before moving to Bedford, Nova Scotia to complete the requirements to become a Registered Dietitian. His dietetic internships laid the foundation for a wide range of professional dietetic skills that he utilizes in his counselling sessions.
As an individual who is dedicated to lifelong learning, Kyle continues to further his knowledge in nutrition by attending webinars, keeping up with current research, and completing courses of interest pertaining to dietetics and sports nutrition. His strength lies with disseminating research in a way that is easy to understand and is useful to his clients.
In addition to his passion for nutrition, Kyle also has a strong interest in exercise and fitness. His current focus is on weight training, but he has a history that includes a wide variety of team and individual sports (soccer, tennis, swimming, golf and more).
As a result of this, Kyle understands the critical role of nutrition in achieving athletic goals competitively, recreationally, and simply for general health. He looks forward to helping individuals optimize their performance and recovery through food, and supplementation as necessary.
Kyle’s individualized and evidence-based approach to nutrition counselling is centreed around building healthy and sustainable habits. His empathetic and attentive personality allows him to gain a full understanding of his clients needs, enabling him to help create a flexible plan that suits them best. He believes that a healthy style is going to look different to everyone and he enjoys helping his clients find a balance that suits their preferences, lifestyle, and goals.
✓ Virtual nutritional counselling
Melanie specializes in the following areas:
Melanie Schafhauser, BSc, RD
Melanie is a graduate of McGill University in Montreal with a Bachelors of Science in Dietetics and Human Nutrition. In addition, Melanie is registered with the College of Dietitians of Ontario.
Melanie has eight years of clinical dietitian experience working in hospitals treating patients in the ER, ICU and outpatient clinics with various chronic ailments and medical conditions. As such, she is vastly experienced, knowledgeable and passionate about nutrition and health promotion.
In addition, she has in-depth knowledge and hands-on experience providing extensive nutritional guidance for a variety of medical conditions, including diabetes management, IBS and IBD, and cardiovascular health.
Having IBD herself, Melanie is very empathetic and passionate about helping clients improve their health through nutrition. Always feeling empathy with her patients, Melanie provides compassionate client-centred care, building strong interpersonal relationships.
In addition to providing virtual sessions, Melanie counsels clients out of the Ottawa office.
Jordan’s areas of focus include:
Jordan Thompson, RD, DDEPT, BSc
Jordan is a graduate of the Diploma and Dietetic Education and Practical Training program at Brescia University College. She completed an accredited dietetic internship with Hamilton Health Sciences where she studied to become a Registered Dietitian.
In addition, Jordan also holds a Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics from Brescia University College.
Jordan is licensed with the College of Dietitians of Ontario, College of Dietitians of Alberta and is an active member of Dietitians of Canada.
During her dietetic internship at Hamilton Health Sciences, Jordan completed placements in a variety of care settings that have prepared her to work with diverse clientele. Most notably, through her placements at McMaster Children’s Hospital and St. Joseph’s West 5th Campus, she gained valuable clinical experience in the areas of diabetes management, weight management, oncology nutrition, and of course, paediatric nutrition.
Jordan’s passion and enthusiasm lend themselves to helping clients meet their personal health goals through providing individualized nutrition care and support.
She enjoys working with children, adults, and whole families. Jordan is a nutritional consultant whose empathetic nature allows her to form meaningful connections with clients to provide the best care possible.
As a Registered Dietitian, Jordan uses an evidenced-based approach for all nutrition recommendations, working directly with clients to find strategies and care plans that support their specific needs.
Lastly, Jordan is a firm believer that all foods can fit into a balanced diet and that there is no one-size fits all approach to healthy eating. As a supportive, down-to-earth practitioner, she will help you develop a positive relationship with food where all foods can be enjoyed in a healthy and sustainable way.
As a co-chair with the Sport Nutrition Network–Dietitians of Canada and her experience at the Canadian Sport Institute of Ontario, Dee specializes in the following areas:
Dee Muszynski RD, MSc, PN1
A graduate from the Applied Human Nutrition program at the University of Guelph, Dee is also licensed with the College of Dietitians of Ontario and is an active member of Dietitians of Canada.
After completing her undergraduate studies and Masters in Human Health and Nutritional Science, Dee contributed to the Guelph Family Health Study by looking at the food consumption and patterns of children. This lend itself to a deeply-ingrained interest in paediatric nutrition.
Her dietetic internship was completed at Hamilton Health Sciences where she attained her registration as a dietitian.
Furthermore, Dee is the co-chair with the Sport Nutrition Network with the Dietitians of Canada.
Dee’s passion is helping people make sustainable lifestyle changes, particularly, but not exclusively, athletes of all ages. She takes an individualized approach with each of her clients and works with them to create changes that last.
In her long-standing experience in athletics and dietetics, Dee has had the opportunity to work with other dietitians at the Canadian Sport Institute of Ontario, where her love of sport nutrition grew.
During her time at the CSIO she had numerous opportunities to work with volleyball, basketball, wheelchair basketball athletes as well as wrestlers.
As a practicing RD, Dee has vast experience working with many athletes, particularly endurance athletes such as cyclists, mountain bikers, runners and triathletes. When working with such athletes, Dee uses a wide range nutritional interventions and strategies to help them fuel, repair and recover, improving overall fitness and performance.
Over the years Ellie has developed great proficiency in the following health- and nutrition-related areas:
Ellie Farabad, Registered Dietitian (RD), MSc
Ellie is Registered Dietitian who graduated from the University of South Australia in 2015 with Master’s degree in Dietetics.
Ellie is licensed with the College of Dietitians of Ontario and is an active member of Dietitians of Canada.
Working as a dietitian for almost a decade in three different countries, Canada, Australia, and Iran, has given Ellie a great deal of knowledge and vast experience in navigating different cultural foods as well as food behaviours unique to different cultures.
Adding to this versatility, Ellie speaks fluent English, Farsi, Dari and Hazarei.
Furthermore, Ellie uses a client-centred approach when conducting nutritional counselling. She implements effective motivational interviewing skills to first learn more about the clients, suggesting personalized nutrition resources based on client-specific needs and lifestyle.
Last, Ellie has a deep-rooted interest in the link between psychology and nutrition, adapting mindful eating and non-diet principles in her counselling sessions with clients.
Ellie provides in-person nutritional counselling out of our central Scarborough office location as well as virtual sessions.
Ola focuses on the following areas:
Ola Pabjas, RD, MPH (specializing in Nutrition and Dietetics)
Ola is a registered dietitian with a BASc in Human Nutrition from the University of Guelph and a Master of Public Health specializing in Nutrition and Dietetics from the University of Toronto. She is licensed with the College of Dietitians of Ontario and is an active member of Dietitians of Canada.
Ola’s practice philosophy is “you are the expert in your own life,” encouraging clients to collaborate in their care. She will partner with you to find approaches that fit this season of your life and your nutrition goals. In addition, she will support you in navigating the challenges that arise along your journey.
Ola completed her dietetic internship at Toronto General Hospital, Toronto Western Hospital, and Toronto Rehabilitation Institute. Here, she refined her nutrition care skills by working with patients on various units including ICU, general internal medicine, and geriatric rehab, as well as the family health team.
A particular accomplishment is spearheading a large project at the University Health Network in Toronto to optimize dysphagia diets. Upon completion, Ola shared the project’s findings in a report alongside 8 recommendations, with practice- and evidence-based resources to assist stakeholders in their implementation. In addition, she presented the findings to hospital committees and published a blog post for the Dietitians of Canada.
Ola’s Public Health background gives her a deep appreciation for the nuances involved in nutrition and food. She has solid experience in several dietetic settings, including clinical, public health, nutrition services, business and industry, and research. These experiences provide insight into the dynamic ways she practices. Ola excels at translating research and scientific recommendations into practical advice for individual clients and groups. She is an engaging and supportive nutrition coach and educator.
Ola provides in-person nutritional counselling out of the JM Nutrition Toronto office as well as virtually.
Pamela specializes in the following areas:
Pamela Vargas, Registered Dietitian (RD), MScFN, BASc, HBSc
Pamela Vargas is a graduate of the Master of Science in Foods & Nutrition program at Brescia University College, Western University—a program accredited by the Dietitians of Canada.
Furthermore, Pamela is licensed with the College of Dietitians of Ontario and is an active member of Dietitians of Canada.
As part of her dietetic internship, Pamela completed placements in a variety of settings, allowing her to work with diverse clientele.
Pamela’s clinical nutrition experience stems from placements at Toronto Grace Health Centre, Peterborough Regional Health Centre, and long-term care, where she worked with clients living with multiple chronic disease conditions such as kidney disease, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease. During these experiences, Pamela not only provided technical nutrition knowledge, but also empathy and support, as she understands that it can be overwhelming to manage a health condition.
Pamela utilizes the above experiences, as well as her own lived experiences with disordered eating, to counsel clients in a kind, non-judgemental manner. She firmly believes that mental health is just as important to address as the food aspects, and believes in working collaboratively with clients—breaking down long-term goals into smaller, actionable steps that are sustainable over time.
Unquestionably, there is more than one way to eat well. As such, Pamela strongly believes in incorporating one’s food preferences and cultural background in a manner of eating that is enjoyable, sustainable, nourishing, and in-line with health goals. After all, food is so much more than just nutrients—it is also enjoyment, a reflection of culture and tradition, and a means of celebration.
As a bilingual (English & French) nutritional counsellor, Roslyn has obtained valuable knowledge and extensive experience in nutrition and nutrition-related fields. She specializes in the following areas:
Roslyn Stein, RD
Roslyn is a graduate of McGill University in Montreal with a Bachelor of Science in Dietetics and Human Nutrition.
In addition, Roslyn is registered with the College of Dietitians of Ontario and l’Ordre des diététistes-nutritionniste du Québec.
Roslyn has 9 years of clinical dietitian experience working at fitness centres, long-term care facilities and hospitals and private practices, which have provided Roslyn with valuable knowledge and practice in offering nutritional solutions to a large variety of nutritional issues.
Being diagnosed with Crohn’s Disease at a young age taught Roslyn how vital nutrition is in promoting and sustaining good health. Nutrition played a key role in helping her regulate her own symptoms, and as such, Roslyn is motivated to use her own experience, knowledge and education to help others.
Over the years, Roslyn has expanded her experience with family nutrition, meal planning and helping families decrease their stress surrounding meal ideas by using her knowledge and experience with her 2 young children. Roslyn understands the hardships and overwhelming feelings of providing healthy meals to kids while getting them to eat what is on their plate!
Roslyn sincerely enjoys helping others to feel their best and attain their long-term nutritional goals by providing her clients with small, sustainable and achievable goals.
What’s more, Roslyn believes there is no “one size fits all” approach when it comes to your health. She can provide you with a personalized approach that will help you sustain your health in the long-term. The best investment you can make is investing in your health!
Tiffany focuses on the following areas:
Tiffany Thai, Registered Dietitian (RD), MPH, BSc
Dietitian, Tiffany Thai, is a graduate of the Master of Public Health in Nutrition and Dietetics program at the University of Toronto.
In addition, Tiffany holds a Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics from Brescia University College, Western University.
She is also licensed with the College of Dietitians of Ontario and is an active member of the Dietitians of Canada.
Tiffany takes a comprehensive and collaborative approach to her nutritional counselling to ensure clients receive meaningful recommendations.
She provides nutrition education, support, and motivation so that her clients can make changes for long-term health.
During her dietetic internship, Tiffany completed nutrition care placements at the Scarborough Centre for Healthy Communities and Loyalist Family Health Team. Here, she gained a great deal of experience in diabetes management, heart disease, and digestive health, among others.
Tiffany’s background in public health has given her a sophisticated understanding of the multi-factorial influences on nutrition.
As a result, she provides care that is empathetic, non-judgemental and non-stigmatizing.
Tiffany aims to integrate and maintain cultural and lifestyle factors and, incorporates principles of a Health At Every Size approach.
Because of her deep understanding of the role of nutrition on client health as well as her passion for the profession, Tiffany is well-equipped to achieve individualized nutrition goals of clients from all walks of life.
Sierra’s areas of focus and specialization:
Sierra Steele, RD, DDEPT, BScFN
Sierra completed her Bachelor of Sciences undergraduate degree in Nutrition & Dietetics at Brescia University College, affiliated with Western University.
She also graduated from the Diploma in Dietetic Education and Practical Training program where she completed various placements at London Health Sciences Centre (LHSC).
In addition, Sierra is licensed with the College of Dietitians of Ontario and is an active member of Dietitians of Canada.
Registered Dietitian, Sierra Steele’s interest in nutrition first sparked during her years as a young athlete. Seeking a competitive edge, she was intrigued by the role nutrition plays in athletic performance and recovery.
Sierra has always been involved in sport, specifically having a background in competitive swimming, badminton, and first and foremost, volleyball. After a career in the Ontario Volleyball Association (OVA), Sierra pursued post-secondary volleyball at Western University by playing on the junior varsity team and earning a spot on the Varsity Women’s volleyball team.
With multiple practices, strength and conditioning sessions, games, and academic pursuits, Sierra has a firsthand experience with the importance of nutrition in healthy, active living.
When she isn’t on the court, you can find Sierra trying new recipes that incorporate seasonal and local foods when available.
Her interest in different cuisines is strongly influenced by her diverse cultural background in Jamaican-Chinese heritage with Icelandic and German roots.
Ultimately, Sierra values a holistic approach to her nutrition education and promotes lifestyle changes for realistic, sustainable goal setting.
She is also empathetic and attentive to her clients’ needs, always incorporating personalized nutrition recommendations.
Nathalie possesses extensive knowledge in the following nutrition-related areas:
Nathalie Brusch, BASc, CNP
Nathalie Brusch is a graduate of the University of Guelph where she obtained a Bachelor of Arts and Sciences with a specialization in Biochemistry. She also completed a Diploma in Applied Holistic Nutrition from the Institute of Holistic Nutrition with honours standing.
For many years, Nathalie struggled with hormonal balance and poor digestion, eventually being diagnosed with Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Adrenal Fatigue. After turning to Holistic Nutrition and discovering the healing powers of food and natural supplementation, she was able to restore her digestive health.
Nathalie continues to be inspired by the ability of nutrition in the prevention and management of disease. For this reason, she aims to educate her clients on how they too can achieve a healthier and more balanced life via nutrition.
Throughout her wellness journey, Nathalie also spent a great deal of time in the kitchen. Finding culinary inspiration, she developed a passion for healthy cooking. She now loves to create delicious recipes and nourishing meal plans that support many health conditions and accommodate various dietary restrictions and lifestyles.
Given her personal health story, Nathalie’s greatest interest and area of expertise is digestion. Nathalie understands first-hand that the digestive system is fundamental to nourishing the entire body, and thus, believes that good digestive health is the cornerstone of a healthy life.
She specializes in conditions including, but not limited to, Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD), food sensitivities or intolerances and candidiasis.
Nathalie’s integrative approach to health and wellness is founded on the understanding that there is no “one-size-fits-all”. By honouring the concept of bio-individuality, Nathalie provides her clients with realistic and personalized management plans to help them reach their health goals.
Along with her approach, Nathalie’s positive and empathic nature allows her to effectively communicate and connect with her clients, making her an exceptional nutritional counsellor.
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Julie has worked in the field of nutrition as a consultant, writer, speaker and health advocate for well over 15 years.
In 2006, she opened JM Nutrition. JM Nutrition is a personalized nutrition counselling and consulting service. Over the years, JM Nutrition has served thousands of clients from all walks of life. JM Nutrition now has 4 Greater Toronto Area locations and 1 in Ottawa.
Undoubtedly, Julie’s and JM Nutrition specialty is weight management. With the help of her team of nutritionists and dietitians, it has taken Julie many years to craft, tweak and refine the method that enables clients to lose weight in a healthy and sustainable way.
Read more about JM Nutrition’s Weight Loss Approach.
In addition to weight loss, JM Nutrition specializes in helping clients improve their digestive health. and prevent and manage various diseases and conditions.
Furthermore, Julie’s positive, uplifting and supportive personality, along with her highly personalized approach and dedication to excellent client service, receive high praise from many clients.
What’s more, Julie no doubt knows what her clients are going through because she’s been there, placing her in prime position to help them.
There was a time when she didn’t eat so well and was riddled with health problems. By prioritizing nutrition and adopting a healthier lifestyle, Julie managed to change the way she felt. And now her mission is to help other achieve the same.
Moreover, as one of the leading nutrition, health and wellness experts in the Greater Toronto Area, Julie regularly lends her expertise to a number of print and digital publications (Global News, Toronto Star, Food Network, Livestrong, Business Insider, Elle, Weight Watchers, Canadian Living, Reader’s Digest and many more).
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Andrea Stokes, BASc (Nutrition and Food), RD
A graduate of Ryerson University, Andrea Stokes has been practicing as a registered dietitian since 2013. She is a member in good standing of the Newfoundland and Labrador College of Dietitians (NLCD), as well as an active member of the NLCD board.
Andrea has extensive experience working in corporate, offshore and clinical settings. She has both, individual and group nutrition counselling experience, as well as corporate wellness programming.
Her focus is on empowering clients to make healthy and meaningful improvements to their diet and lifestyle in order to optimize their health over time. This is done in a way that is practical, personalized, and sustainable for the long-term.
Each client has unique circumstances that ultimately influence how he or she approaches health, what changes can realistically fit his or her lives, and what it means to be healthy.
Andrea’s goal is to help clients develop a healthy and positive relationship with food–in a way that works for them. This way they can live healthier and happier lives.
Andrea follows the principles of Intuitive Eating® and Health At Every Size® (HAES®). She promotes health enhancement and respectful care for all individuals, and encourages making peace with food, exercise and our bodies.
Sarah Jabeen, BSc, MD
Research, Contributing Writer
Sarah Jabeen completed her BSc in Neuroscience and Psychology from the University of Toronto. Thereafter, she pursued a MD degree from Avalon University School of Medicine in Curacao.
Sarah has always had a keen interest in Family Medicine with a focus on preventive medicine. It was during her time as a medical student that sparked curiosity about nutrition. Specifically, it was the relationship between diet and diseases she commonly encountered in practice, such as diabetes, high blood pressure, stroke and cholesterol, that piqued her interest.
Frequently, she counselled patients during clinic visits on the importance of a healthy diet.
In addition, coming from a South Asian background herself and the unfortunate fact that heart disease affects this demographic at an increasingly alarming rate, she started to develop a passion on how nutrition affects each individual’s overall health and well-being.
Last, Sarah believes that maintaining fitness and mindful eating are the stepping stones in leading a well balanced life that could potentially be medication-free.
Ahsan Zaman, MPH, BSc
Consultant, Researcher, Contributing Writer
Areas of Expertise and Interest
As a consultant and health advocate, one of Ahsan’s primary areas of focus is the improvement of mental health and well-being. Ahsan is a proponent of the idea that physical activity and good nutrition are positive contributing factors for good mental health, and in turn, good overall health.
Furthermore, Ahsan strongly believes in creating awareness, so people have quality, evidence-based information at their disposal to make well-informed health decisions. Because there is a great deal of misinformation on health and nutrition, Ahsan uses scientific evidence to ensure the correct facts are distributed.
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