About Nature’s Foodie

Alternative medicine is one of the most rapidly growing fields in the health care industry today.Nature’s Foodie is an online and in home nutritional practice. Our practice involves seeing and treating each person as whole, emphasizing our clients’ environment, emotions, values, nutrition, as well as his/her physical symptoms. We not only educate our clients about the importance of natural health, but also support their goals by creating customized meal and supplementation plans based on each individuals unique needs and desires.We believe that, as human beings, we need a certain balance of vitamins, minerals and other nutrients to help our bodies reach ultimate health and wellness. Today’s conventional medicine is nothing more than a barrier to an optimal state of health, causing more complications than improvement. The body has its own, natural ability to heal when these barriers are removed – our body already has the tools it needs to rebuild itself.We devote our time to teaching our clients about whole foods nutrition in a fun, easy and non-intimidating way. We are always striving to achieve optimal health with our clients by building a healthy relationship with our selves and the foods nature intended us to live on. “Diet” is not in our vocabulary, but lifestyle is, and our approach teaches you to give your body only what it needs from wholesome, natural foods and supplements. Join us and discover the benefits of becoming a Nature’s Foodie!

What is a Holistic Nutritionist?

A Holistic Nutritionist is a health care professional trained in natural nutrition, to determine the cause of ill health and correct it using natural, whole foods and supplementation. Our principal function is to educate individuals about the benefits and health impact of optimal nutrition.

Benefits of a Holistic Nutritionist

  • Improve diet quality & digestion
  • Increase energy levels
  • Weight management
  • Balance hormones
  • Strengthen the immune system
  • Improve overall health
  • Relief from allergies
  • Reduce stress, anxiety and depression
  • Balance blood sugar problems
  • Relief from constipation and IBS
  • Manage a variety of health conditions, such as: diabetes, arthritis, lupus, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s, IBS, IBD, colitis, Crohns, and gout
  • Reduce or heal skin irritations such as acne
  • Reduce high blood pressure and cholesterol
  • Reduce inflammation
  • Learn how to make healthy choices for every occasion
  • Provide support and guidance with disordered eating

Differences between a Holistic Nutritionist and a Dietician


  • Government regulated
  • Follow the Canadian Food Guide
  • Work beside conventional medical practitioners
  • Count calories, fat, protein and carbohydrate grams, throwing in vitamins and minerals
  • Often recommend artificial sweeteners and fat free alternatives
  • Use of calorie restricted diets
  • Services often covered by health insurance plans

Holistic Nutritionists:

  • Voluntarily regulated by non-profit organizations
  • Focus on the WHOLE person, making customized recommendations based on each individual’s needs
  • Works beside natural practitioners like homeopathic Doctors, chiropractors, massage therapists, herbologists and acupuncturists
  • Focuses on the quality of the food, rather than counting calories
  • Target the root cause of illness or imbalance while minimizing symptoms
  • Recommend natural food substitutes, food and nutrients to assist the body with self-healing
  • Perform lifestyle and supplementation interventions
  • Sometimes covered by private health insurance plans

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