Most likely you have come here because you are searching for a better approach to health concerns your loved ones or you personally are experiencing. Or perhaps you have been given our contact and are here to find out what our services are all about. Either way, stay awhile.
The best advice someone had given me in life’s encounters was this, ”Noone or nothing can take away the love and light that you are.” In life, many of us have a story to tell, a walk of pain, suffering, sorrow, happiness, challenges, and miracles which make us seekers for better health, truth, compassion, and kindness. Thus far I have lived and survived through major life-altering transitions. These experiences continue to allow me to be empathetic and in presence of realities of what clients experience.
In life, I believe we ought to stay curious. I have a particular intellectual curiosity that gives me the motivation to continue my education. Most likely will never stop learning.
In this type of professional practice, continuous curiosity and ambition to stay current with clinical nutrition, functional medicine, cellular biology, integrative oncology, complementary medicine, natural medicine, environmental medicine, and technology advancement is the key to stay viable. Information is quickly being accessed. We all struggle to keep up with the information as humans, so we will experience the help of artificial intelligence to filter through the research and clinical data in very near future if not already. For instance, 10 years ago it was very expensive and not so available to get a snippet of our SNP genetic profile. Today it is very affordable and the valuable information we get help us chart your own personalized road map to better health. It is an exciting time to be alive with all of the advancements.
We have also 1 in 2 Canadians who will face scare of a Cancer diagnosis. That has become uncomfortable to know. I have seen first hand and have had the clinical and personal experience with how cancer affects one’s life, body, and surroundings, how cancer affects the family is really an eye-opening. I have lost many in my family to Cancer, specifically my loving father early of 2017. Cancer statistics are real and they are here to increase and stay. I have chosen this road to be the focus on my practice, supporting and facilitating integrative cancer care through others’ cancer journey.