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Where you put your mind
the body will follow

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Christy Thompson C.H.N.C
Certified Holistic Nutritional Consultant & Cancer Coach

My goal is to help assist people on their journey to living a more healthful fulfilling life.  There is so much information available to us now that it can be challenging to know what direction to go or what to believe. My experience, not only personally, but with careers in both western and holistic healthcare can provide a unique integrative approach to health and well being.  Let me help you navigate your way and provide positive support to you on your path to better quality of living.

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I am a Certified Holistic Nutritional Consultant through the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition and a Certified Cancer Coach through The Center for Advancement in Cancer Education. I specialized in autoimmune illnesses and cancer, however, I love to assist anyone that is wanting to improve their situation and want to understand how to prevent illness.

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Together we will create meal plans and lifestyle changes that align with your intentions. We will integrate several modalities in order for you to accomplish your goals. 

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Offering tools and relatable material that will enable you to integrate all 3 aspects of your health;  mind, body and spirit.

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Christy Thompson C.H.N.C

Certified Holistic Nutritional Consultant 

Hello. My name is Christy. As an infant I had always had digestive and chronic health issues that only persisted through the years as I grew up. There were countless doctors but never any real concrete reasons provide for my symptoms. It was always a guessing game. When I was very young allergy testing provided clues to potential Celiac Disease but at that time very little was known about the disease and its the implications. In high school I developed an interest in understanding the human body and biology. After graduation I stumbled into a job working in a doctor’s office. This job made me realize how much I enjoyed the medical profession and felt that even in this limited capacity I could make a difference in people’s lives. During this time, I continued to struggle with my own health issues. Chronic digestive issues, weight loss, inflamed spleen, (eventual diagnosis of Raynaud’s disease) and the most intense sinus pain I had felt to date. I was grateful that I worked along side my doctor so he could see the struggles I had daily, but there were still no answers.

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