Meet Caitlyn Vanderhaeghe
My life is full! I am a mother to three awesome daughters, two fur pets, and a bunch of fish. I am fueled by a passion for health and my family. I come by this obsession naturally as my mom, Lorna Vanderhaeghe, always put the health of her family first. Growing up, mom encouraged my three siblings and me to ask questions about our health and seek alternative answers when needed. Of course, she still chimes in about ways to keep her grandkids healthy.
I’m president and CEO of KidStar Nutrients. I’m proud to say KidStar makes clean nutrients that are pure with nothing to hide. The best parts of my job are learning about new and exciting advancements in natural health and helping to increase awareness around the risks and symptoms of nutrient deficiencies so that parents and caregivers can make informed decisions for their children and families.
I hold a Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences from Simon Fraser University and a Bachelor’s degree in Education from the University of British Columbia. Before founding KidStar, I managed the supply chain for my mom’s women’s supplement company for nine years. These experiences inspired my venture into the world of blogging. I look forward to sharing these great ideas and giving unsolicited advice to a larger audience.
I played women’s fast pitch for 18 years
I come from a family of 4 children and between us, we have 10 children
You know my Mom
My mom, Lorna Vanderhaeghe, is Canada’s leading women’s natural health expert.
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