Adam Meyer
Adam Meyer

Adam Meyer

Title: Contributing Writer

Location: Nelson, British Columbia, Canada

Education: Advanced Diploma in Holistic Nutrition, NutraPhoria School of Holistic Nutrition

Architectural Technologies Diploma, Southern Alberta Institute of Technology

Expertise: Plant-based nutrition, fitness, health, exercise
- Member of the Canadian Association for Integrative Nutrition
- Founder of Pillars Nutrition, a website offering plant-based nutrition and workout programs

Experience

Adam Meyer is a health writer, certified holistic nutritionist and 100% plant-based athlete. In addition to EatingWell, his work has been featured on The Beet, Verywell Fit, The Healthy, Livestrong, Alive, Best Life and others. He graduated from the NutraPhoria School of Holistic Nutrition in 2019 and has since founded Pillars Nutrition. Adam lives in British Columbia, Canada, with his wife, two kids and Australian shepherd. That's where you can find him running mountain trails, working out in his home gym or writing in a coffee shop.
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