Kristy Loewen, BSc Nutrition Counsellor

Combining the science of brain/body nutrition with personalized eating plans, for long-term results.

Kristy Loewen BSc, is here to help you with your health goals. Whether it be developing a meal plan, correcting past food related issues or connecting to a larger audience via program development, Kristy will work with you to make sure you reach your goals.

Kristy has done a lot of work within Winnipeg at such locations as Reh-Fit Centre, Anxiety Disorders Association Manitoba, Kenaston Common Physiotherapy, Advantage Conditioning, Aspire Fitness, Pilates Winnipeg, Payworks, North West Company, and many more.

Her clients come from all over the city to consult with her, especially after seeing her numerous segments on CTV’s morning show. She has a personal touch and will never input your information into her computer to give you a pre-made program. Every client gets a personalized plan to help you reach your full potential.

In these abnormal times we live in, Kristy is also offers appointments conducted via video chat using Apple FaceTime, WhatsApp Video Calling, or Skype. Kristy has done this in the past for parents looking after children and other reasons, and has found this method just as effective as in-person consultations. Visit the contact page to email her and get further details.


Kristy’s presentation on the 11 Brain-Body Dimensions of Nutrition was very thought provoking. Instead of focusing on whether foods are “good” or “bad” for us, the presentation focused on other non-food related aspects of nutrition including stress, speed of eating, thoughts and beliefs around food, food quality, etc.

Kristy took the time to answer individual questions and did her best to ensure the presentation material could be applied to various situations and people. This presentation would be beneficial for anyone who would like to look at eating and nutrition in a new way.

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After 25 plus years of weight-loss ups and downs and much confusion over the numerous studies released by the media, I had become very frustrated and was losing faith in my ability to control my weight.  

Kristy has helped me to see through the confusion and to learn what information is truly valid and worthy.  She is now teaching me a more practical and realistic approach to eating and is helping me to curb my bad habits and introduce good ones.

I am seeing a gradual decline in my weight and can again enjoy my food ‘without guilt’. My blood pressure has also gone down, and stayed down.  I really appreciate her guidance and expertise.

Julie M.

I attended her seminar and there were a lot of new concepts outlined that I hadn’t heard before on why we make the food choices that we do. It was very informative and interesting as I had never attributed some of my behaviours to influence my eating habits. I would recommend meeting with her to see how she can help you modify your behaviour and mindset so that you can achieve your weight loss or health goals.

Allison G.

I attended Kristy’s presentation and found her to be articulate, knowledgeable, and motivational. She was responsive to questions from participants throughout her presentation, was encouraging, non-judgmental, and demonstrated a good sense of humor.  I would recommend her presentations without reservation.

Anne L.

Kristy has had me practicing intermittent fasting regularly since 2012.  The idea of allowing my body to digest and process all of my food before eating again was what really piqued my interest.  I found not eating for 24 hours a lot easier than I thought it would be, and it was not long until it became a habit.  After a day of fasting, I feel reset and hungry, but not to the point where I feel like I need to make up for what I missed.  I encourage people to give it a try!

Alyson W.

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