Have you ever thought your family should eat better… but have no idea where to start?

In this course, you will learn everything you need to know about nutrition so that you can make the healthiest choices for your family.

Ever wondered what those labels on packaged food mean? Or just how much sugar is it OK to have in a day? Where can you find iron in your diet and how much does everyone need? 

Not only am I an expert in nutrition with 15 years of experience working with families, I am also a mom of three hungry, healthy kids. “What should I make for dinner?” is something that I have asked myself THOUSANDS of times, and I know that you have too. This webinar was designed to educate and empower you, the grocery shopper and head chef of your house, so that you can continue to keep everyone healthy.

I won’t tell you exactly what to make for dinner. But I will teach you so many valuable things about nutrition that you will be able to put into play as you create your family’s meals.

Here is a breakdown of what I teach in the modules:


Macro (Big) Nutrients – learn about protein, fats, fibre and how to navigate Canada’s food guide


Micro (Small) Nutrients – learn about iron, B12, calcium, vitamin D  – how much your family needs and how to get these from your food


Grocery Shopping Like a Boss – learn how to read food labels, how to compare food nutrient tables, and how to make the most out of your time in the grocery store


Allergies, Intolerances, Special Diets and Snacks – learn the difference between food allergies and intolerances and the pros and cons of special diets


  • over 90 minutes of content divided into 4 easy-to-digest modules!
  • life-time access to a Facebook Group where you can ask questions, post recipes, and build an online community with like-minded families!
  • subscription to my mailing list to receive tips + tricks directly to your email each and every week!
  • guidelines to making healthy and nutritional meals for your growing family!

“I found these modules incredibly useful and easy to digest. Although Dr. Jo has such a vast amount of knowledge, she is able to break it down into a format that had even my 10 year old engaged and taking notes! The package contains information I will use not only in my role as mother, but also in my role as an occupational therapist conducting “Healthy Habits” eating groups on an inpatient psychiatric unit at a Toronto hospital. As Dr.Jo says, “we are what we eat” and these modules provide us with the information we need to be our best selves! I would highly recommend.”