Work with me

Is this you?
You have tried so many diets but none of them seems to work for you.
Your arthritis pain causes sleepless nights or leaves you unable to participate in your favourite activities.
Your medications leave you feeling drowsy, listless and not having any energy.

Hang in there. Don’t lose hope yet! I have helped more than 10,000 clients to achieve their goal weight, make peace with food, manage symptoms, reduce or even get rid of medications, and improve their quality of life. So, now, let me help you to take charge of your eating habits and your life again with simple steps!

I know it’s hard to change your eating patterns. It really is, but we’ll do it together with humour, flexibility and, most of all, great-tasting food! I will help take your life back, one bite at a time.


Book a discovery call: Discuss this with you

This service is FREE!
If you are unsure where to start, give me a call! We can figure this out together. If you have questions about my virtual appointment services,I am more than happy to discuss them withyou on the phone as well.


Let’s start with a 1-on-1 initial nutrition consultation

This service is open to residents of the province of Quebec.
In this 60-minute session, I will give you a FULL overview of where you’re at and a solid plan for where you want to go!

What’s included:

  • Full evaluation of your current diet and food habits.
  • Troubleshooting of tolerance issues (Ex. nausea, vomiting, difficulty with certain foods, constipation, diarrhea, etc.).
  • Review of vitamins and natural health products.
  • Summary of appointment (i.e., goals, recipes, suggested resources, etc.) emailed to you within 48 hours.



Continue with follow-Up appointments

In our 30 to 45-minute follow-up sessions, we will spend more time working on your short-term goals, discussing setbacks and making adjustments to your plan as needed. We will discuss how often we meet would work best for you. You will be the leader and I will be here to assist you at every step of your journey to achieve your goals.

What’s included:

  • Assessment of progress
  • Feedback on 3-day food journal (if completed)
  • Further tailoring of goals
  • Summary of appointment (i.e., goals, recipes, suggested resources, etc.) emailed to you within 48 hours


Group Mediterranean Diet Coaching sessions

If you like learning in a supportive group environment, this is for you! My group coaching sessions are available for residents across Canada. Our small group (5 – 8 participants to ensure individual attention) will meet online and talk about EVERYTHING that you are interested in or eager to know about theMediterraneandiet. You will go home with practical tips and strategies that you can apply on a day-to-day basis that won’t leave you feeling stressed, hungry, and exhausted.

Did you know that the Mediterranean diet is associated with the lowest rates of chronic diseases and the highest life expectancies? Did you know that it’s actually not a diet at all, but a way of eating?Did you know that obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, allergies, arthritis and other joint diseases all are associated with chronic inflammation? Following the Mediterranean eating pattern can help manage the symptoms related to these chronic diseases because it can reduce inflammation! Research has also been shown that the Mediterranean eating pattern can lead to lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels, stabilized blood sugar levels as well as lower incidence of heart disease, type 2 diabetes, strokes and Alzheimer’s disease.

Anti-inflammatory eating workshop on Nutrition Academy

*For dietitians only*

I want to share my expertise in anti-inflammatory nutrition to help you untangle the evidence and dive into some of the more popular anti-inflammatory diets so that you can better support your patients with autoimmune or pro-inflammatory conditions in a way that they appreciate.

What you’ll learn:

  • The current evidence on nutrition and inflammation
  • How to create patient buy-in with evidence-based interventions
  • Whether all sorts of purported ‘anti-inflammatory’ diets you’ve heard your patients trying are supported by current evidence. If so, should we try it?