One of the most popular questions I get via Instagram is without a doubt how to become a Holistic Nutritionist and create your own business. It was a good indication that I needed to actually share my whole story on what led me to this career, how I got started and what school I went to. The field of alternative health and wellness and holistic nutrition seems to be growing at rapid speed and I love that this shift is happening. I believe very strongly in the power of alternative health, but that doesn’t mean I also don’t appreciate and recommend western medicine as well. I think that there is a time and place for both and it is never my place to judge one or the other or anyone else that decides what is right for them….
Here are all my favourite go-to restaurants for when the foodie in me gets its way. Not saying that these aren’t “healthy” because many of them offer amazing options and use great ingredients, they are just not advertising themselves as healthy….
As someone who calls herself a holistic fooodie, I definitely love food and think about it far too much, in a good way of course. Whenever I make plans to go to a new restaurant, I research it like I would a project, I put in work. I look at what the critics say, what reviewers think and the best items to order off the menu. It is serious business, I tell ya. So when it dawned on me that I have never posted a Toronto foodie review, I knew that needed to change. So here are my favourite places to go to when you are in the city. I have included both the ones that cater to a more healthy lifestyle and those that don’t (part two). I live in the downtown core in King West, so my focus is primarily in this area. Enjoy!