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Nutritional Benefits

Turmeric

Turmeric comes from the Curcuma longa plant, which grows in India and other Southeast Asian countries. It is a member of the ginger family. The dried root of the Curcuma longa plant; distinctive yellow powder, giving it the name golden spice. It Provides strong anti-inflammatory antioxidants (carotenoids, flavonoids, lycopene, anthocyanin and polyphenols) that fight free radical damage. It aids in disease prevention, by reducing the risk for cardiovascular diseases, neurological conditions, depression and/or cancer. It supports gut health and therefore enhances the overall immune system. It provides “prebiotics” that help feed probiotics.It provides live microbial cultures, also called probiotic bacteria. Reducing pathogenic bacteria and microbes.

Banana

They are 76% water and are packed with vitamins such as vitamins C and B6 and minerals such as potassium, copper, and manganese. This high water/nutrient ratio makes them a great electrolyte food perfect for busy moms, workout enthusiasts, and people on the go. Bananas additionally contain high levels of fructooligosaccharides (FOS) which along with insulin helps to promote nutrient absorption and assimilation. Bananas support the natural acidophilus bacteria in the bowel which helps promote a healthy and functional digestive tract as well as keep the immune system healthy and strong. Bananas can prevent ulcers by strengthening the surface cells of the stomach lining which helps to create a thicker barrier against digestive acid and pepsin-the two main causes of ulcers. Bananas are also an excellent food for athletes as they can help replenish energy and revitalize the body instantly.

Coconut Cream

Coconut cream differs from coconut milk in that it contains less water and more coconut, so it has a thicker, richer texture. Its ratio is 1 part water to 4 parts coconut, while the milk's ratio is 1 part water to 1 part coconut. Is packed with vitamins C, E, B1, B3, B5, and B6 as well as iron, selenium, sodium, calcium, magnesium and phosphorus. These vitamins and minerals are excellent for supporting beautiful glowing skin, thicker and longer hair and nails.

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Client Testimonials

Reviews From Clients

Evi’s consulting supported me to better understand my health and the root cause of my health imbalances. Her tips have helped me with food options. I have more energy and feel less stress. I would recommend her as a registered holistic nutritionist.”

- Amber Smith -

“Most of all Evi’s ambience, sparkly and excited energy and incredible knowledge of nutrition and astrology make it for such an overall interesting experience. Thank you so much, what a valuable resource in our community.”

- Izebela Lizon -

“Evi knows her supplements, and has shared some great healthy and tasty recipes. Her tips have helped me attain more optimal health particularly post conventional cancer treatments.”

- Trudy Temple -

Frequently Asked Questions

Learn All About Your Holistic Nutritionist!

When did Our OM2 hands first begin?

Initially started as a partnership business teaching yoga classes and offering reflexology and holistic massage bodywork treatments in Courtenay, BC from 2014 to 2016.

How has your Greek roots and mediterranean heritage shaped your ideas about food, health and wellness?

Growing up in Greek family, in Canada: food was always at the center of life. How we and where we shopped, prepared, and cooked together; was a matter of living our lives together to its fullest capacity. I think my upbringing reminded me of how cultures have progressed with their roots intact because it is sustainable, and food can and should be a celebration of life, connection and ultimate joy.

What do you read or listen too for mindfulness philosophies, that you find effective to help keep a positive, light, bright attitude?

To name some of the influences that have supported and/or shaped my holistic standpoint (from a global consciousness scale):

Don Miguel Ruiz, Anthony Williams, Vani Hari, Brene Brown, Abraham Hicks, Eckart Tolle, Paulo Coehlo, Audrey Hepburn, Wayne Dyer, Ram Dass, Elizabeth Gilbert, Cassey Ho, Rachel Brathen, Deepak Chopra, Julie Daniluk, Dr. Axe, Julia Butterfly Hill, Brandi Black, Anodea Judith, Jay Shetti, Lisa Biley and Zain Saraswati Jamal.a

Holistic websites I am into and love:

One O Eight

Gaia

Mind Body Green

Food Babe

Medical Medium

Global Healing Center

Vimergy

Deepak Chopra

Harmonic Arts

iHerb

Well.ca

Purica

Who do you look up to in the holistic nutrition world, and why?

Looking at deep healing from the root cause. AW has lead the way for much longer than the last 10 years since he has launched his books and has made headway in the mainstream as the “celery juice guy”.  I have found deep healing by applying a lot of this wisdom via diet particular with my hypothyroidism that is now healed and balanced. I look up to some of the work of Anthony Williams, Dr. Axe, Dr. Amy Myers, Dr. Terry Wahls, Julie Daniluk, Dr. Edward Groupe, Dr. Brownstein. Some people that are in the supplement industry from smaller companies: Purica, Harmonic Arts: Yarrow and Angela Willard, Global Healing Center. Also Feel Best Naked: Brandi Black, TCM doctor: Dr.Adrienne Leung, and TCM doctor: Dr.Willow Walker (Vancouver Island).

What education and certifications do You have?

2019 – Canadian School of Natural Nutrition (CSNN) classes online.  Started June 2016, finished in March 2019. While working part time in the industry since 2017. Got extension due to my own health imbalances (hypothyroidism which is now balanced and healed at the root cause)

2014 – Rainbow Kids Yoga teacher certification

2012 – Certified Spa Therapist: bodywork and massage from Vancouver School of Bodywork and massage

2008 – Certified Reflexologist with Canadian Reflexology Association

2005 – 200 hours Level I Hatha yoga Teacher

How have your own health imbalanced influenced and shaped your approach as a holistic nutritionist and wellness coach?

Having been diagnosed from a young age as ADHD my mom took a holistic approach in that she never allowed me to have pop/soda, or junk food and nurtured my energy by telling me I am prolific and put me into things I loved: gymnastics, karate, skating, painting, singing, dancing, acting, and swimming. That approach helped shape me to look at the body/mind/spirit as an evolving source of what is means to be.  as a teenager having experienced a miscarriage and having began a journey of very dark depression, using yoga and with diet especially including omega oils; my life was “saved” and began my interest with HOW diet can support health and healing.  Also having seen my mom try Dr. Feingold diet with gluten and dairy free for my brother who became autistic by age 40 months and the impact it had on him to focus, sit still and learning: helped me to understand this deep relationship of the gut/brain dynamic particularly when I began embodying this on myself as well. It’s a longer story with the skin issues and hypothyroidism but ultimately healing approaches and herbs and integrative health: NDs, TCM doctor and my own intuitive approach along with working with an RHN friend and using a lot of spirits wisdom via Anthony Williams has helped me to understand the root cause and the whole approach to health and healing.

What does optimal health look like to you?

Optimal health is a process, and sometimes it is like riding a bike you get on and off, depending on what may be occuring in one’s life circumstance that can or cannot be controlled. Optimal health means: clear thinking (no brain fog), energy/vitality, sound full nights sleep, clear skin, strong gut health, and stamina.