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Parastoo Badie

Parastoo Badie graduated from the University of Ottawa with a Bachelors Degree in Communications and a minor in Business Administration. She has professional work experience in corporate and retail, but has discovered that she is most passionate about education and entrepreneurship. Currently, she is a blogger, wellness writer, Certified Personal Trainer, and Holistic Nutrition Student Practitioner at the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition. Parastoo's health and fitness journey has been eventful and exciting. There have been been broken bones and bruises, obstacles and challenges, and many diets and experiments. Parastoo believes that all of these experiences have contributed to her personal growth and made her more relatable to her clients. Her passion for holistic health (Mind, Body, and Spirit) is undeniable. She eagerly shares her evolving knowledge with other enthusiasts from all around the world. In addition to nutrition and training, she loves rugby, down-hill skiing, belly-dancing, weightlifting, and fitness/figure competitions.

How to Stay Motivated with your Fitness Goals

Health, Lifestyle By January 5, 2015 Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , No Comments

Happy New Year! Around this time of the year, there is a lot of enthusiasm for health and fitness goals such as losing weight, getting back into shape, and feeling fit and healthy. With great ambition, individuals go on diets and detoxes, and fill up the gyms. But for the most part, as the weeks go on, eating habits return…

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10 Simple Steps to Natural Beauty

Health, Lifestyle By November 28, 2014 Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , No Comments

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but who or what defines beauty these days? As a society we are chasing unrealistic ideals for both men and women causing self-confidence issues, eating disorders, insecurities, addictions,Β andΒ cosmetic surgeries. It doesn’t take much to find manipulated and over-edited images splashed through magazines, newspapers, sitcoms, movies, ads, social media and more. The impact…

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