Stephanie is a Registered Dietitian and sport nutritionist. She graduated with Honours from the University of Guelph with a Bachelors of Applied Science specializing in Applied Human Nutrition. She then pursued her passion for sport performance nutrition by completing her Masters of Science degree specializing in Exercise, Nutrition and Metabolism. Here she was involved in studies investigating nutrition adequacy of young hockey players, hydration habits of amateur, varsity and elite athletes and how fluid and carbohydrate intake affects ice hockey performance. She then completed her Dietetic Internship at London Health Sciences Centre and has worked as a Registered Dietitian in child and adolescent mental health and eating disorders.
Stephanie spent most of her childhood in the rink as a competitive figure skater and later was involved in volleyball, track and cross country. During her university years she was drawn to weight lifting and has continued with this ever since. She is currently enjoying learning the art of traditional Olympic lifting. Stephanie believes everything fits in moderation when it comes to diets and truly believes that nutrition has a huge impact on sport performance.