Simply For Life St. John’s (NL)

At Simply For Life St. John’s, we empower people in our community to achieve their ultimate health by adopting simple yet profound nutrition and lifestyle changes. Our program is based on real, whole food, and lots of motivation and accountability. It’s that simple.

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You’ll work with your consultant to determine the best option for your needs. We offer in person consultations or online consultations for those who are unable to get into the clinic. Nutrition Transition: Each week our Nutrition Experts motivate with vital nutritional 
information and transition your meal plan as your body is rejuvenated with wholesome foods.
  • Weekly teaching & coaching
  • Customized meal plans
  • Food journal
  • Educational handouts & recipes
  • Online access to MySFL
Managing Solo is the most important part of the program. Achieve your health goals and graduate to the best part of the program – maintenance.
  • Bi-weekly teaching & coaching
  • Creating your own meal plans
  • Learn to introduce favourite foods
  • Educational handouts & recipes
  • Online access to MySFL
Health Freedom: This is the beginning of a healthier life. Empower is like a touchstone. Once a month, meet with your nutrition expert for a quick check-up to keep grounded and on track.
  • Monthly teaching & coaching
  • Educational handouts & recipes
  • Online access to MySFL
  • Gain your health freedom!
We also offer specialty programs such as our Transform – Fat Burn Protocol, Digestive Cleanse, Restorative Detox and tailored competition programs for athletes of any sport or skill level. SFL @work programs can also be arranged through your workplace, and we offer single individual meal plans if you're just looking for a taste of Simply For Life. Contact us today to find out more! Book a Consultation

Meet the Team

Gail Vaughan, Franchisee

Gail fell in love with nutrition and healthy living while attending University. For years Gail suffered from poor health, low energy and frequent infections. It wasn’t until she began to look closely at the foods she was eating and her overall lifestyle that her health improved. She graduated from Memorial University of Newfoundland with a Degree in Linguistics, with the intention of pursuing a career in Audiology. But by this time her love of health and fitness sent her on a different path. She then attended the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition in Halifax, Nova Scotia and graduated with Honours with a post graduate diploma in Natural Nutrition. Gail loves to live a healthy lifestyle focusing on eating whole foods and being active. She loves to cook, bake and spend time in her own vegetable and fruit garden. When she isn’t meeting clients or helping out in the Natural Food Market, Gail can be found spending time outdoors with her husband and two boys or at a hot yoga class!

Robyn Brockerville, BSN Nutrition and Dietetics

Robyn has always been fascinated by the human body, biochemistry and the profound impact our food choices have on overall health. After graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Nutrition (Dietetics Option) from Acadia University, Robyn joined the Simply For Life St. John’s team in the summer of 2016. She understands that food is a powerful tool in preventative medicine, and an essential pillar of treatment for most existing health issues. Using simple, real food solutions Robyn takes particular interest in helping clients discover and manage food sensitivities/intolerances, maintain healthy blood sugar levels and improve their cardiovascular health markers. Early in life Robyn struggled with disordered eating and body image issues. Finding the balance between moderation with food and healthy levels of exercise has been a challenge for her over the years. Living the Simply For Life lifestyle has helped her to create realistic goals, control emotional eating, lose over 40lbs, and stop the dreaded yo-yo dieting cycle. Robyn is passionate about helping others do the same, and break the diet cycle. Working together with her clients she focuses on finding foods they are excited to eat (not diet food) that work functionally with their food preferences, family structure and busy lifestyles. Picky eater? Crazy work schedule? Not big on cooking? Robyn is always up for the challenge. Robyn maintains an active lifestyle and when she’s not in the office you can find her rocking a spin class, hiking, running, practicing yoga or scaling mountains (like Machu picchu). Robyn combines her former experience as a competitive wrestler and runner with her nutrition education to help many runners and other athletes optimize their diet and benefit their performance. When improving health through nutrition, the possibilities are endless and Robyn is excited to help you take the first step on your journey to better health.

Stacey Tuttle, Nutrition Advisor & Holistic Nutritionist

Stacey Tuttle graduated from the Institute of Holistic Nutrition with First Class Honours. Stacey also completed a continuing education course in Nutrition and Mental Health from the Institute of Holistic Nutrition. In addition, Stacey holds a Bachelor of Arts from Memorial University of Newfoundland. Her energy, positivity, and creativity inspire people to adopt healthy habits that help them glow from the inside out. Stacey is the founder of Your Glowing Health, a holistic health company that offers a range of services, from workshops to cooking classes and catering. Stacey works as a holistic nutritionist at Simply For Life St. John's where she specializes in digestive wellness, women's hormones, and mental health. She has worked in conjunction and has formed partnerships with organizations such as Lululemon, Moksha Yoga, Cod Sounds, Province Apothecary, Murray Meadows, Seaberry Studios, EmpowHER Fitness, and Bite Sized Farms, as well as many Canadian non-profit organizations. Stacey is also the co-creator of Well and Good Dinners, a seasonal community meal showcasing local ingredients re-imagined through the eyes of two holistic nutritionists. She is passionate about food security, local food culture, and foraging for wild and medicinal plants. She currently resides in downtown St. John’s, where she works as a holistic nutritionist and plant-based chef.