Christine is a registered dietitian with a powerful understanding of the connection between the body and the food that fuels it. Christine started her education by completing a Bachelor of Science in Human Kinetics from the University of Ottawa. This ignited a passion for sports nutrition and she then chose to pursue her Bachelor of Applied Science in Food and Nutrition from Ryerson University. She went on to complete a Master of Science in Food and Nutrition from the University of Western Ontario. She recently completed the International Olympic Committee’s Sport Nutrition Diploma where she expanded her knowledge in the field to better serve all level of athletes – from weekend warriors to professionals.
Christine has been involved in sports from a young age, playing soccer, hockey, softball, tennis, squash, etc. and has learned to use her nutrition knowledge for improved performance in sport, enhanced training and recovery as well as optimizing training cycles by matching nutrition cycles to training.
Christine is passionate about empowering people to be their best self, and this starts with food. We all eat and eating should be something enjoyable and healthy, not restrictive and scary. Discover the power of food and optimize your lifestyle today!
Since graduation, Christine has worked in a community health center in Toronto helping people manage various chronic health conditions through lifestyle interventions, including nutrition, physical activity, and weight loss. She has also spent time volunteering with the Canadian Sports Institute of Ontario, being involved in cooking workshops with athletes from all over the province. She has also done work with elite visually impaired athletes as well as developing para athletes involved in various athletics disciplines.
Christine is now available to serve clients from anywhere in the GTA out of the NutriProCan Vaughn office, make your appointment today and take advantage of what nutrition support can do for you!
Favourite Quote: “There is little point in training hard without taking advantage of the opportunities that nutrition support can offer” – Maughan & Burke, 2011.