Dr. Anna Isakoff-Meller
Bsc Nutrition, MD CCFP
Dr. Anna Isakoff-Meller completed a biochemistry and nutrition degree in 1981, and went on to complete medical school at the University of Ottawa in 1985. She has been working as a family physician since 1985. Ten years ago, she read the book ‘Good Calories Bad Calories’ by Gary Taubes, and that started her on a journey of nutritional rediscovery. She started treating chronic nutritional diseases such as metabolic syndrome with dietary changes, and never looked back. In 2015, Dr. Isakoff-Meller was invited to be an expert panel speaker during the Standing Senate Committee on Social Affairs and Technology’s inquiry into obesity in Canada. Her greatest professional joy is reversing metabolic syndrome including obesity and diabetes, watching her patients regain good health, while decreasing and discontinuing their medications. Dr. Isakoff-Meller has four wonderful sons, and loves spending time at her cottage on Georgian bay.