What Does Nutrition Mean to You?
Nutrition can mean different things to different people. To me, nutrition is the cornerstone to good health and well-being. Good nutrition involves knowledge, exploration, balance, and motivation. As a Dietitian, I will provide you with the tools in order to attain proper nutrition. I will help empower you to strive for the best version of yourself. My philosophy is that no goal is too far out of reach so long as you engage it with tenacity.
Fuel your body with the proper balance of carbohydrates, protein, and fat. I teach you how to optimize your metabolism, manage hunger cues, and eat from true, physiological hunger.
Healthy Grocery Shopping
With new products on the shelves each day, grocery shopping has never been so complicated. Is gluten-free healthier? How do I read labels? I help you understand how to shop with your health in mind.
Disordered eating can derail your nutritional goals. Schedule constraints, emotional eating, and lack of planning can all lead to overeating. I help you develop successful strategies to satiate your appetite and to structure a healthy diet.
I am very impressed by Jessica’s knowledge of nutrition and her attentive follow-up to make sure that I achieve my goal. – Chuck
I am a Registered Dietitian who graduated from McGill University in Montreal. I completed my clinical dietetic internship at the Jewish General Hospital in Montreal and at St. Paul’s Hospital in Vancouver, and am currently a registered member of both the College of Dietitians of Alberta and Dietitians of Canada. Coming from a background in research with the Division of Gastroenterology at St. Paul’s Hospital, I value clinical evidence and use it extensively in my practice. My passion is to translate scientific principles into practical daily applications for my clients.