A Guide to Feeding our Future

About The People

Co-Creators/Founders:

Kimberley Record
Hollie M. Hunt-Last

Key Contributors:

Suzanne Brett
Susan Kingston
Alison Bigg

 

Kimberley Record

Kimberley (Kim) Record is on a mission: to redefine beauty as we know it, and to help women break up with the scale, diets and the quest for “perfection” Body for good.

Through her education with the CSNN Ottawa, where she graduated with honours in 2006, she began a personal transformation journey that allowed her to finally heal her emotional relationship with food and her body image – which began for Kim when she was just three years old.

She now brings this experience, along with a strong emphasis on the Body-Mind-Spirit connection, to her virtual practice (home-based on Vancouver Island) as a Registered Holistic Nutritionist™ and Body Love Coach, as she helps her clients gain emotional freedom from their own food and body image demons, and transform the way they think and feel about their bodies and their lives.

Kim is also the author of Finding Your Forever Body: A 10-Step Guide to Breaking the Diet Cycle for Good, in which she shares the secrets to her life-altering journey to unconditional body love, exposes the truth about dieting, uncovers problems with the food industry, and unpacks stereotypes that lead to negative body image.

As a mom to a daughter who watches her every move, Kim’s also developed a deep passion for supporting parents in becoming body-confident role models for our future generations, with a refreshing vision for a new definition of beauty:

One that allows them to separate their size from their self-worth; to nurture and nourish their bodies with love and ease; and to be confident in WHO they are, no matter what opinion anyone may express about their looks.

Her kids’ eBook YOU, Beautiful You contains a timeless message for our children (and our inner children) that empowers them to live in alignment with this new definition.

Kim loves to share insights, tips, and personal anecdotes for self-care (BODY), self-empowerment (MIND), and self-acceptance (SOUL) – which she’s identified as the 3 key pillars of Body Love – regularly on her blog and social media channels.

You can find out more about her programs and initiatives through her website, and connect with her directly on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube.

 

Hollie M. Hunt-Last

Hollie Hunt-Last is a Doctor of CORE Education (Counselling) and a Registered Orthomolecular Health Practitioner (ROHP/RNCP/RHN) living in the Maritimes. Hollie has developed her own practice aptly named “Fork in the Road – Holistic Health Counselling”. At her clinic, she addresses issues of clients who are ‘at a fork in the road’ in their lives either physically, emotionally or spiritually.

Hollie’s personal motivation towards changing past eating habits came from an awareness of dysglycemia and it’s effects on mind & body. She has also studied the emotional etiology of disease and the issues surrounding nourishing oneself.

Dr. Hunt-Last has been taught by many of the leaders in the field of psychology and of Orthomolecular Medicine. Hollie also graduated from and later taught through CSNN (The Canadian School of Natural Nutrition). She served as head instructor at the Moncton branch for several years before deciding to devote herself more fully to her own practice.

Hollie is involved with numerous organizations and projects; including being a co-founder of The Educated Eater. She believes that ‘Knowledge is Power’. She thus aims at encouraging others to nourish & empower themselves through proper knowledge in all aspects of their lives.

To contact Hollie:

answers@fork-in-the-road.ca

www.fork-in-the-road.ca

 

Suzanne Brett

suzanne

Suzanne received her designation of Registered Holistic Nutrition from Vancouver’s Canadian School of Natural Nutrition. She lives in Victoria, BC and spent many years previous in Vancouver, BC.

Since a young age Suzanne has had her own quarrels with food, food industries and disease. These experiences are what piqued her interest in healing, and have made her more aware of the many struggles one can have with changing their habits, and lifestyle. Suzanne believes that a gentle combination of healing foods, healthy lifestyle, personal intuition,
awareness and education can bring balance to the physical and emotional body, as well as help prevent disease. She strives to simplify what can sometimes be a complicated journey for her clients. Suzanne uses a blend of modalities and education to create a suitable diet and lifestyle plan for her clients that blends with their lifestyle. Food should be enjoyable in every way!

To contact Suzanne:

suzannebrettrhn@gmail.com

www.suzannebrett.com

Susan Kingston

Susan pic

Susan attended the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition and graduated with high honors. She has been practicing in the field of nutrition and ortho-molecular medicine for 15 years, and works with an array of clients.

Specializing in intestinal complaints such as IBS, Crohn’s Disease, Colitis and the link between the gut, nutritional deficiencies and brain function, Susan assists people in their quest to gain optimal health and overcome fatigue, depression, anxiety and other emotional disturbances in order to live a fuller and rewarding life.

Susan is educated on the newest research regarding the food-mood-food cycle and how different systems in the body are connected, along with the latest research on food intolerances and the effect on the overall health and well-being of the body and mind.

To contact Susan:

susankingston.rhnncp@gmail.com

www.susankingstonrhnncp.ca

Alison Bigg

Alison's bio photo

Alison has been cooking delicious and healthy food professionally for 23 years. She is wonderfully self-taught. Over the years Alison has been cooking for tree planters at camps, she’s catered many events; some her own creations, she’s also worked in restaurants and was the co-owner of Devour in Victoria, BC.

Now Alison concentrates on making nourishing food for her family and teaching her two young children how to make yummy food into healthy choices.

Her other passions are painting, gardening and traveling the world.

To contact Alison:

alisonbigg@shaw.ca

www.abigg.ca

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