My interest in nutrition started in my teens and by my early twenties, it became a passion that made me read several books. Deciding to become a registered dietitian came very naturally.
I enrolled in the nutrition program at the University of Montreal in 2000. My studies confirmed what fueled my passion: the thirst for learning and the desire to help others. I am currently back at the University of Montreal as a master’s student in health education. I am also pursuing the IFM (Institute of Functional Medicine) certification for an integrative and holistic approach to functional nutrition.
I offer virtual consultations and live in the Laurentians with my husband Vittorio and our two beautiful daughters Mila and Celeste. We love living in nature to practice our favourite activities.
In the spring of 2019, I was fighting an invasive streptococcal A blood infection that originated from a mastitis. This led to a septic shock and multiple organ failure. Luckily I was spared from many complications that often arise from sepsis. Since then, I've shared my story as awareness is key. I am currently a Patient Advisor and Steering Committee member of the Action on Sepsis Research Cluster of the University of British Columbia. I am also a Patient Partner with Sepsis Canada and a trainee at McMaster University.
Fields of practice
Food allergies & Intolerances