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Mandy Faulkner

We no longer cook from scratch.
We eat less real food and more food-like substances.
We don’t know or care where our food comes from.
We eat in the car, at our desk, or standing at the kitchen counter; we eat distracted.
We do not come together to eat with loved ones or as a community.
We move our bodies less. We do not play in nature. We do not sleep, rest, restore or recharge; busy is worn as badge of honour.

Current lifestyles, diets, and the ways in which we connect, or don’t connect, with ourselves, others, and nature, has us shifting further away from what makes us thrive.

​It is during this shift that our body and mind begin to whisper that something no longer feels right; fatigue, moodiness, anxiety, poor concentration, bloating, aches and pains, and so on. Sadly, we are encouraged to ignore these whispers and push through. However, if we don’t pay attention to the whispers and address root cause, they become louder and louder until one day we can no longer ignore them. The whispers become thunderous roars. These roars become our illnesses; our dis-ease.

As a Registered Holistic Nutritionist (R.H.N) from the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition (CSNN), I share my experiences and passion for helping others. Through my own journey, I’ve learned the importance of listening to our body’s whispers before they turn into screams. I’m here to support, encourage, and help you tune into what your body is saying.

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