RHN/ROHP, PTS, CCP
Nutrition & Lifestyle Coach
Mary’s passion is to empower people with the knowledge and resources to eat well, live well and age optimally.
With social science and business degrees from Wilfrid Laurier University, in midlife, a family wellness challenge inspired her to go back to school.
She became registered as a nutritionist, certified as a personal trainer and coach practitioner.
Mary was trained to look at the whole person before prescribing a customized nutrition and lifestyle protocol, designed to enhance health and prevent disease.
Today she is a published wellness author, researcher and speaker who has:
- Taught continuing education to fitness professionals
- Conducted individual wellness consultations and lunch & learns in the corporate health field
- Delegated on behalf of concerned residents for health related policy change, and
- Taken part in a live television show on the prevention of weight gain over the holiday season.
Mary is a member in good standing of the International Organization of Nutritional Consultants (IONC) and CanFitPro.
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