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I’m Allison

Dietitian and copywriter

Looking for a dietitian/nutritionist for runners or managing your ADHD?

As a runner and mom to TWO neurodiverse children, juggling my own ADHD, work and family – I know first hand how busy and unpredictable life can be!

I can help you fit good nutrition into your hectic life and meal plan with confidence.

My Story

I grew up in the 80’s and 90’s surrounded by diet culture and the messaging that thinness = health and that food is either good or bad.

After both my children were diagnosed with ADHD,  I was horrified at all the misinformation there is about diet and ADHD.  There is an entire chapter of diet culture targeting  ADHD !

I am not an elite athlete but I am active. I run and lift weights but I also walk our dog, carry groceries and  manage a household that includes ADHD. My body needs food for performance and life – and yours does too!

Are you ready to  make peace with your body and eat for energy, strength and everything life throws your way? Stop the diet cycle and learn what to eat for increased performance, improved mental health and overall wellness – book your discovery call today!

My Philosophy

Whether you are an athlete looking for improved physical performance, a busy mom juggling work and family or someone with ADHD – good nutrition is more than knowing what to eat.

I believe that making a plan and staying organized is just as important as choosing  what to eat.  Food is just one part of your busy life and I’m here to help you piece it all together!

What to Expect:

  • An individualized nutrition assessment
  • Evidenced based nutrition education that is specific to what YOUR body needs
  • Small achievable goals
  • Absolutely no fad diet, forbidden foods or measuring success by the number on a scale 


Get Started

Book a free discovery call today!

Fun Facts

I bet you didn’t know:

Coffee and ice cream are my favourites!

I talk with my hands  – a LOT! When I was little my Dad would challenge me to tell a story while sitting on my hands just to see if I could talk without them (and I couldn’t – lol)

I often spill my beloved coffee (and sometimes wine) while talking with my hands

In grade two I was voted best story writer in my class AND it was a recipe book – How to Make a Peanut Butter and Jam Sandwich

I think the most important thing in life is a good sense of humour 


University of Guelph


  • Master of Applied Nutrition Program (2003-2004)
  •  Bachelor of Applied Science in Human Nutrition (1998-2002)


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