OHEA Welcomes Two New PHEcs!
OHEA is pleased to welcome two new PHEcs to OHEA! Daniela Jeffcutt & Emily Dobrich. Read more about them below!
Daniela Jeffcutt earned her nutrition degree from Ryerson University, and also holds a degree in Honours Human Biology - Specialization in Nutritional Science, from the University of Guelph. She is a Registered Holistic Nutritionist, Sport Nutrition Advisor, and Registered Natural Product Advisor. Daniela is also a member of the Canadian Society of Nutrition Management (CSNM), which helps her keep up to date on nutrition and food service trends. Currently she is completing a dietetic internship to become a Registered Dietitian (RD).
Daniela also has her own nutrition practice where she conducts one-on-one and group sessions, corporate lunch-and-learns, recipe development and menu planning. She has worked for many companies such as Alternatives Market, GNC, Alive magazine, Aramark, Compass, Rexall, Advantage Sales & Marketing/Crossmark, and Abbott. As the editor and contributing author of a nutrition eNewsletter, Daniela wrote many articles that were emailed to recipients across Canada. She was also a Test Cook for shopper events delivered across Canada at Walmart stores. Cooking and creating nutritious recipes in the kitchen is one of Daniela’s passions. Being a busy mom herself, she often focuses on coming up with strategies to make quick, easy meal and snack solutions.
Emily Dobrich is a certified fitness professional dedicated to empowering others to become the best version of themselves by improving their health and fitness so as to realize their true potential. Emily holds a concurrent degree of an Honors Specialization BSc Nutrition and Dietetics as well as a BA in Kinesiology, in addition to certifications from canfitpro as well as the American Council on Exercise. Emily has a love for learning, traveling, teaching and training. She is always eager for opportunities to share her passion for fitness and nutrition with the world.
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