Cheryl Millett HS White Background 2 sm 500“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”…it is never too late to take charge of your health.

Cheryl Millett


Holistic Nutrition and Omega 3s

So often we wait until we have health issues before deciding to return to nature’s way of healing, and prevention is an afterthought. No matter where you are in your life, whatever your situation, I’m here to guide you to build a path to wellness that works for you.

As a nutritional consultant and life coach, I understand the benefits of proper nourishment and removing the toxic load from the body and mind. Optimum health includes nutrition, activity, sleep and relaxation, and matters of the mind.

On a different side of my business, I have been impressed with the Auum Omega 3 products due to the first-hand results and scientific studies that have proven to me that raw mammalian Omega 3s consistently deliver better results than fish and plant sources.

My goals are to help you navigate your healthy life, give you an understanding of food and nutrition, and the tools for a better quality of life. Recommendations are personalized, based on your level of motivation and current lifestyle for optimum results.  Successfully coaching hundreds to a healthier, happier life.


  • Degree in Holistic Nutrition BSc
  • Diploma in Iridology, Certified Clinical Iridologist CCIr
  • Certificate in Mind-Body Healing
  • Energy Healing Level 1
  • Self Mastery Level 1 and 2 and Living Mastery


Director, Auum Canada Inc.

Now Educator and Sales.  According to various research and studies, omegas along with fat-soluble nutrients seem to play a significant role in our health. More and more doctors and practitioners are recommending them for wellness and various conditions. Which ones? Join Omega Talk Newsletter for more information.

The Holistic Chamber of Commerce

In May 2015 as Chapter President, I launched the Toronto Midtown Chapter of the ‘Holistic Chamber of Commerce,’ an international organization. Our intention is to bring together holistic-minded businesses and practitioners in the Toronto area to build a community that helps others create a holistic lifestyle.  After five years, the focus is to teach online courses – For Your Better Health Program, Iridology: Your Eyes Tell Stories, Lessons in Nature, and Y-Dan Exercises.

Speaker and WriterCheryl Millett Nutrional Coach and Omega 3 Expert

Speaker at: conferences including Auum Canada, Canfitpro (2 years), CSNNAA Holistic Nutritionist Conference, Certified Personal Trainers Network (CPTN) Conference, Nutritionists’ Networking Group (NNG), etc.; shows/events including Body, Heart and Soul, Pet FUNfest, etc.; schools such as the Dan Roberts Healthcare College and several Toronto District School Board schools; and businesses such as Weston/Loblaw Companies, Advantage 4 Athletes (olympic coaches/elite athletes) and NBC-TV Corporate Office.

Contributing writer for various life and wellness magazines including: Village Living Magazine (June/July 2015 issue), VividLife Magazine, Infinity Magazine. See blog for various articles. Author of ‘All Guts, All Glory: Featuring the Digestive System, Starring the Nervous System.’

Cheryl Millett Holistic NutritionistCommunity Contributions

I “walk the talk” (wink, wink) with the Forest Hill Walk Club (Founder June 2008) where there are currently over 2,000 members, and Founder of the group Toronto Health Exchange with 300 members.

Member of the volunteer board to organize and run the JDRF ‘Diabetes Stationary Bike-a-thon’ raising millions of dollars in Toronto. Member on the Toronto Board for Juvenile Diabetes Foundation.

At my daughter’s school Hillcrest Public School, I prepare fresh raw veggies for the pizza lunch. The children went from carrots to adding broccoli hearts, celery, tomatoes, and cucumbers.  The envy of other schools.

Other Mentions

At George Weston/Loblaw Companies, I was the business Co-Chair on the Joint Health & Safety Committee for 12 years at 22 St. Clair Ave. E. Attained my Certification Level 1 and 2 from WSIB .

While at Weston, I lead groups in fundraising for the United Way, supported initiatives for the Blood Donor Clinic (Red Cross), and was the Social Director which involved organizing employee events, including the Annual Executive Christmas Luncheon.