Kelly Mulcair graduated with Honours from the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition where she obtained her designation as a Registered Holistic Nutritionist (R.H.N.) and was later certified by the International Organization of Nutritional Consultants as a Registered Nutritional Consulting Practitioner (R.N.C.P).
Prior to her studies in nutrition, Kelly graduated from McGill University's National Law Program where she obtained degrees in common and civil law (LL.B, B.C.L.). After practicing in the area of business law for several years, Kelly used her legal background to transition into the role of nutrition advocate lobbying government and business interests in the pursuit of wellness goals.
A popular speaker and educator, Kelly shares her passion for health and nutrition with individuals of all ages and stages of life, inspiring them to uncover their unique paths to wellness. Influenced by the Buddhist tradition, Kelly is particularly attuned to human consciousness and the extraordinary potential of the mind to help (or hinder) the body. She is an alumni teacher of the Canadian National Institute of Health, who remains actively involved in guiding Canadian youth on a broad variety of nutrition and wellness topics including body image and self-esteem.
Kelly has been featured on CBC radio and her writing appears in both local and national publications. As the regular contributing writer of Nutrition and Wellness features for Moods Magazine, Kelly has authored over 30 articles for the Toronto based publication with a national circulation. Moods Magazine supports individuals living with mood disorders, including: depression; anxiety; bipolar disorder; seasonal affective disorder; addictions; and eating disorders.
A competitive athlete in her youth, Kelly continues to participate in a number of different sports with her energetic young family (which includes her beloved dog and black cat).
I really liked Kelly's comprehensive approach. We didn't just talk about diet; we talked about lifestyle, exercise, stress levels, etc. and how all of these things are interconnected. Kelly made a huge effort to understand what I needed by focusing on my specific concerns and taking a common-sense approach to my diet. She didn't recommend potions or magic bullets and didn't advise following any bizarre or trendy diet. Instead, Kelly gave me practical and realistic advice about things that I could do better. She also backed up all of her recommendations with thoroughly researched analyses (which I loved) and supplemented her advice with recipes; perfect.
Her advice, by the way, was spot on. I feel so lucky to have found her and cannot recommend her services highly enough. It is very rare that I feel like I get my money's worth for a particular product or service today. For the thoughtful care and detailed analysis I got from Kelly, I feel like I should have paid her more. A lot more. She's that good.
Thank you so much, Kelly.
-- Ivan Martin, Ottawa
-- Tamara, Ottawa
-- Amy, Ottawa
-- Monique, Ottawa
-- Lila Fraser,
former Canadian National Team Water
Polo Player, Triathlete and Competitive
-- Paula, Ottawa
-- Sylvie, Ottawa
-- Andrew Riddles, Marathon Runner, Ottawa