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Casey Berglund is a Calgary dietitian, yoga teacher, and sought after speaker who will inspire you to radically transform your relationship with your body and food, so that you can stop playing small, and start stepping into your potential.

She grew up outside of a tiny rural community, on a mixed ranch. While her siblings drove tractors and fed animals, Casey gardened: she planted, grew, and harvested vegetables. At age 11, in response to her mother being sick, she took over cooking for the farmers and hired hands.

Two things happened:

  1. Casey discovered she loved creating with food, and
  2. She developed an eating disorder.


Her early experiences ultimately led to her studying nutrition at the University of Alberta and falling in love with yoga and meditation. Learning about nutrition and food science taught her the importance of eating nourishing and satisfying foods to fuel a joyful life. Yoga taught her how to heal her relationship with her body, become empowered through mindfulness, and awaken to her potential.

Over the past few years, Casey’s business, Worthy and Well, has served thousands of people by helping them create revolutionary shifts in how they view and treat their bodies and food. She facilitates online courses, coaches clients one-on-one, speaks to inspire at conferences and in the media, and even taught Yoga for Mindful Eating and Living workshops on a roadtrip across Canada in 2017 to raise awareness about the negative influences of diet culture and empower women to eat mindfully, love their bodies, and live consciously.

Casey regularly contributes to TV and print media, including Global News, CTV, CBC radio, The Globe and Mail, The Huffington Post, Canadian Living, and Chatelaine magazine, among others. She’s been described as passionate, powerful, and purposeful.

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Samples of Past Work


National Grilled Cheese Sandwich Day
Avoiding the Influences of diet Culture
Practice Self-Love This Valentine’s Day
Grocery Shopping on a Budget
Avoid Overeating this Holiday season
End Eating Overwhelm During the Holidays
How yoga can help you heal your relationship with food!
Ditch the New Year's diet! Choose mindful eating instead!
How to get enough protein from plants
Superfoods to try this season
Quality Counts When Choosing Food
How to be a strong woman
How to have difficult conversations in Dating
How to make big investments in yourself
Top 15 tips for a Healthier, Happier 2015
Calgary Stampede: Tips to avoid guilt
3 Real Life Questions About Weight loss, answered
Healthy Food Environments in Alberta
Breakfast Plate Balance
Make Ahead Meals and Snacks for School or Work
No More Mindless Munchies: 9 Ways to be More Mindful of How you Eat
Managing Sugar Intake at Halloween
How to Curb Mindless Eating
An Unhealthy Obsession with Healthy Food: Examining Orthorexia
Making Healthy Food Choices at Work
All About Soy and Your Health
Simple Meal Ideas for Spring
Food Label Changes in Canada
Got the Mindless Munchies? Three Tips for Mindful Eating Practice
Orthorexia Nervosa: Extreme clean eating, possible new disorder
How to Get Enough Protein From Plants
Superfoods to Try This Season
What to do if You Suspect You Have an Intolerance or Sensitivity to Gluten
Are Gluten, Dairy, and Red Meat Really That Bad For Us?
A Detox Diet of Only Juice is not the Answer to a Healthier, Slimmer Body
GrainsWest: She Said, Three Said Article
Juice and Canada's Food Guide
Back to School Lunches for Kids
Eating to Fuel Physical Activity and Sport