Our bodies are made up of 100 trillion cells. Each and every cell relies on us to deliver proper nutrients to them to feed and nourish their needs. Without healthy cells our organ and tissue functions become compromised, and ultimately our energy, health, and wellbeing suffer…because we are only as healthy as the parts we are made up of.
Our nutritional counseling goals are to assist you in obtaining a realistic nutritional lifestyle that accommodates you on an individual basis. We will help you set attainable goals to help you to achieve results, without feeling deprived or overwhelmed.
Eating wholesome, organic foods should be enjoyable. We have an abundance of resources to help make your food choices easy and nutritional.
Eva has received her designation of Certified Practitioner from the Institute of Holistic Nutrition and is registered with the International Organization of Nutritional Consultants (IONC) as a Registered Nutritional and Orthomolecular Practitioner.
She is also a graduate of the Austrian HBLA Technical College where she studied Culinary Arts and became a Certified Chef. In 2011 Eva became certified as a Cancer Project Chef, a nutrition program developed by Dr. Neal Barnard and the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine.
Eva’s nutritional consulting practice is based on her philosophy that each individual is metabolically distinct and unique. She seeks to identify the root cause by utilizing biomeridian analysis (link to BEA) and the use of whole foods and supplements to bring the client’s health back into balance.
In conjunction with her practice Eva is a nutrition and lifestyle writer who publishes monthly articles and recipes for Rethink Breast Cancer. Eva is also a Culinary Instructor at The Big Carrot and is a faculty member of the Institute of Holistic Nutrition where she teaches the Holistic Cooking course at both Toronto and Mississauga campuses.