Nicolette Richer is an Orthomolecular Health Educator, certified Dr. Max Gerson Health Trainer, and Psych-Kinaesthetic Facilitator. Her education includes a MA in Environmental Education and Communication and a BA in Interdisciplinary Studies and a certificate in Sustainable Community Development. She’s a former environmental and sustainability consultant who spent many years studying the connection between toxicity in the soil, air, and water and chronic diseases. Today, she runs two businesses—an organic cafe + juice bar called the Green Moustache, now with six locations across Canada, and the Richer Heath Retreat Center, a sanctuary in British Columbia offering transformational retreats for people battling cancer, diabetes, heart disease, fatigue, depression, and many other conditions. She’s also the founder of Sea to Sky Thrivers, a community support group for people battling cancer and their families. Nicolette’s mission is to empower people to take their health into their own hands, to demonstrate how food can be used as healing medicine, and to show people that leading a healthy lifestyle doesn't have to be boring—it can be colorful, inspiring, and fun.