healthy. vegan. super yumful.
My areas of focus
Who I Am
I’m a Certified Holistic Nutritionist, trained through the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition, but I don’t work in a clinic. I share my recipes, nutrition advice, and motivation through videos every week.
In my more in-depth programs and one-on-one consults, I show you the strategies that can make a huge shift in your health and energy levels.
I was drawn to veganism when I learned about the environmental impacts of industrial animal food production.
A person who follows a vegan diet produces the equivalent of 50% less carbon dioxide, uses 1/11th oil, 1/13th water, and 1/18th land compared to a meat-lover for their food. And that’s just the start…
The more I learn about the cruelty and abuse animals are born into and subjected to just for the sake of hamburgers or chicken fingers, the more I learn about the humans who suffer because of the immense demand for meat in developed countries, the more I hear of food poisoning and mercury contamination…
Knowing all that, the more I care about spreading info on how to be healthy as a vegan – so that people can sustain this life choice for the rest of their lives. The stories of people going vegan, and then eating meat “for their health” make me ever more committed to showing how to get all the nutrients your body needs to be healthy from plants.
I learned how to make healthy food taste amazing because, like you, I don’t want to eat food that tastes like cardboard. I took a chef training course to learn intuitive plant-based cooking through the School of Natural Cookery. I use that training to show you the secrets behind how and why I create dishes and meals that are so healthy–-and so delicious!
Why do I do this work? Because if I can help you shift towards eating more plants, eating more whole foods, then I’m expanding the difference I can make for this planet on a bigger scale than just myself.
Being just one person can feel hopeless sometimes, in the face of so much change that needs to happen for us and our ecosystem to survive. So if I can inspire change beyond my one person, that’s what keeps me going. Your presence, as another caring and compassionate being, is what keeps me from feeling helpless.