I believe that we are all more productive in fulfilling our life’s work when our health is available at a moment’s notice. We all have big plans, children to raise and a mark to leave on the world. In my experience I have seen that one’s approach to health and their respect for wellbeing is a manifestation of their true self and sense of worth.
I am interested in asking the questions and challenging the beliefs that hold people back from achieving their highest potential. I will attest to the wisdom of Bruce Lipton in his observation that our biography dictates our biology. I am convinced that you can be well even when you are sick and I affirm that good health flows from a platform rich in nutrients, grounded in emotional security and abundant in the potential for physical movement.
I believe in creating a safe place from which we can explore tough questions. I believe that good food is both difficult to come by and imperative to fueling our vitality. I have no doubt that respect for our planet and the organisms we share it with is an imperative to the abolishment of cancer and the cultivation of sustainable societies. These feelings, beliefs and absolutes inform my approach, life philosophy and passion for working with people through their healing and self-actualizing journey.
Creative Social Changer
I am deeply committed to social justice and believe that an empowered cultivation of self-worth and self-care can drive a legendary and substantive change on our planet.
Things I love
My cherished family, my amazing friends, my daughter’s smile, blue cheese & balsamic vinegar (together in the same meal), innovators, entrepreneurs, Africa (you must visit), kale (chips, steamed, raw or as décor), sailing and the complex, yet simple smell of a healthy forest.
The Technical Version
Dr. Meghan Walker is the Co-Founder of the Integrative Health Institute. As a naturopathic doctor, Meghan is immensely passionate about working with people to help them better understand their health and its role in providing an empowered and superior quality of life. Meghan graduated with distinction from both the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine (CCNM) as well as the University of Waterloo, where she received an Honours Bachelors of Science degree in biology with a specialization in reproductive physiology.
While in university and searching for an outlet to facilitate positive social change, Meghan founded the Canadian chapter of Millennium Kids, an international youth empowerment organization that facilitated and taught environmental literacy. She served as the Canadian Program Director for 10 years where she created international development programs, national conferences and in-school programming that fostered youth empowerment and environment leadership. While at CCNM, Meghan served as the Student Governor on CCNM’s Board of Governors and was awarded the Humanitarian Award upon graduation for her community and international development work. Never far from an opportunity to be involved, Meghan is currently serving as a Board member for the Ontario Association of Naturopathic Doctors and is a former board member of the Canadian Association of Naturopathic Doctors.
As a speaker, Meghan provides frequent talks and workshops through her clinic and community on a local, national and international scale. She contributes regularly to the media, having appeared as a guest on CTV, Global and CP24 programming as well as various pieces of print media.
As a clinician, Meghan has a strong interest and post-graduate training in environmental medicine, in particular with respect to cancer prevention and the management of chronic diseases such as Crohn’s and Colitis and autoimmune conditions. As a naturopathic doctor, Meghan is immensely passionate about working with people to help them better understand their health and its role in providing an empowered and superior quality of life.
Meghan Lives in Toronto with her super-cool husband and amazing little girl.