Pulse Nutrition Clinic

Meet the Nutritionist


Emily Isaacson, is a licensed nutritionist in the Fraser Valley. She has a degree in Nutrition from Bastyr University in Washington. She is both clinical and community nutritionist. She has done extensive research in the area of cellular medicine, cell-to-cell communication, and orthomolecular nutrition. 


Emily Isaacson has previously worked in eating disorder treatment centers in both Victoria and Seattle. She has spoken at secondary schools to teach teens about eating disorders, and is the creator of a daily recommendation food site called The Rainbow Program. She implements the far-reaching principles of this program to help people understand the benefits of improving their health by eating brightly coloured foods.
Emily Isaacson has worked alongside native health programs in Mission and partnered with Xa:ytem Longhouse to provide healing sessions in the pithouse as well as nutrition education seminars for the First Nations. She is a community nutritionist for several local non-profit organizations that work with marginalized individuals.  
Emily now does consulting, providing food plans for clients to improve their health and wellness using foods and supplements at her clinical office in the Fraser Valley, as well as offering nutrition home visits and coffee shop consults.  She provides a customized health plan for each client based on their health history, symptoms and condition, and future goals. She seeks to inspire her clients with a positive outlook towards food, without labeling some foods "good" or "bad."
To read Emily's nutrition columns in the Mission Record Newspaper: click here
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