Celebrating CSNN Graduates

Career Stories

As the largest leading holistic nutrition school in Canada, CSNN is proud to have over 11,000 graduates worldwide. CSNN Graduates institute preventive health care programs in private practice or working with other health care professionals. Graduates have established successful practices or have found career opportunities in a variety of sectors. 

Check out the below posts to learn more about their career paths, how they got there, what they love about their work, and more. This is just the start so we will continue to share new graduate career stories so please check back again soon! 

Christina Acevedo, R.H.N.

She is a Red Seal Chef and a Holistic Nutrition Practitioner, blending the two into a creative and fulfilling career. She has a variety of teaching and culinary experience and...
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Chara Marie Krangle, R.H.N.

Ever thought of starting your own business? Chara Marie Krangle, R.H.N. had various roles before taking the leap to launch her own business where she combines her passions for nutrition,...
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Melissa Sorge, R.H.N.

A career path isn’t always linear. Many CSNN graduates take their unique education and skills and combine it with their holistic nutrition diploma to create something new. Melissa Sorge, R.H.N.,...
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Melisa Cannella, R.H.N.

Sometimes it takes a personal health struggle to push you on a new path. Taking the Natural Nutrition Program gives you the tools to improve your own health and inspire...
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Holistic Nutrition Articles

Explore the many facets of holistic nutrition, such as food sustainability, proactive health, and healthy food trends. These articles have been written by CSNN graduates sharing their expertise. 


How to Encourage Kids to Expand their Culinary Palates

Prepared by Shannon MacLean, R.H.N., C.H.N.C., BA-IR  Be Specific Using child-centric nutrition phrases has been studied to increase kids’ openness to trying new foods. Phrases such as: “vegetables keep you from getting sick”, “protein helps you learn”, “fish makes us smarter”, “eggs will make you grow stronger”, and (especially effective for aspiring superheroes), “this grass-fed...
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Balancing Body, Mind, and Spirit with Yoga

Prepared by: Ian Dalwood, C.H.N Yoga has hit the West with such momentum it seems you can find a studio in almost every neighbourhood. It is a reflection of how we, as a collective, really are becoming more mindful of how to take care of our bodies. And this is a wonderful thing! The next...
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How to Stay Resilient in Difficult Times

Prepared by: Kristina Virro, R.H.N., Registered Psychotherapist| fresh-insight.ca If there was ever a year that demanded resilience, it was 2020. After all, if resilience is defined as the process of adapting well in the face of adversity, that is what 2020 was all about. We adapted to following arrows on the floors of grocery stores....
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Eating Organic

Prepared by: Rachel Murray, R.H.N. What does Organic really mean? ‘Organic’ has become a very loose and overused term in our society. However, the systems that have been put in place, which I should add, are constantly evolving, that regulate organically grown foods and products are highly valued by those involved in both the production...
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Skin Health for Kids

Prepared by Paulette Millis, R.H.N. | healingwithnutrition.ca Dry and/or scaly skin is the sign of essential fatty acid deficiency.  The skin’s outermost layer is composed of cell membranes and protein, and the cell membranes are dependent on good fats.   A healthy child has lustrous skin and hair.  Hair is really an appendage of the skin,...
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Natural Nutrition Diploma Program

More Than a Health Coach Program

Register for CSNN’s Natural Nutrition Diploma Program and discover an exciting new career as a Holistic Nutrition Practitioner.

  • Earn your diploma, professional title, and designation 
  • Comprehensive science-based curriculum provides a strong foundation for a career in the holistic health industry
  • Learn how to create individualized health support programs for clients
  • Opportunity to improve your overall health and wellbeing naturally through nutrition 

Flexible Learning Formats

Classroom branches across Canada offer In-Person, Live Online, or Hybrid study formats. Online Distance Education offers an online self-study format where you can study at your own pace.