Meg Doll is a Registered Holistic Nutritionist ready to empower you with the goods you need to live a healthy, happy, and vibrant life.

Meg grew up with a love for food – she has so many memories of being in the kitchen with her parents, cooking, and making new recipes together as a family. We made everything from live crab to homemade pasta. To put it simply, Meg loved food and always had a passion for it.

However, Meg’s love for food morphed into an intense fear when she developed an eating disorder as a 10-year-old after losing a family member to cancer. Thankfully, she recovered and enjoyed several years of being a healthy young teenager, but then she relapsed at the age of 16 after her grandpa passed away.

It was clear that this mental illness, anorexia nervosa, had a strong hold on Meg’s life and, after hitting her rock bottom, she began her road of recovery by seeing a team of health professionals for help in ridding her life of the eating disorder that had so much power over her.

After years of recovery, Meg was able to gather all of the tools that she needed to overcome the mental illness that was once taking over her life.

Meg discovered the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition (CSNN) and completed their Natural Nutrition Program and graduated as a Registered Holistic Nutritionist (RHN).

Throughout her time at CSNN, she began to see food in a new light and started to truly understand how food could be used as medicine. She applied her new found knowledge to her own life and started to notice drastic results right away – the real, nutrient-dense foods that she was nourishing her body with were helping her heal her gut, improve her digestion, strengthen her mental health, clear her skin, and allow her to thrive in life with the most amount of energy she had ever experienced.

Since adopting this real food lifestyle and becoming what she likes to call a “nutrient-seeker”, Meg have been tested and have proven that her mental wellness is strong and unbreakable, which proves to her how powerful eating real, nutrient-dense foods really is.

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