NUTRITION PROGRAM

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Types of Patients Seen

Our Registered Dietitians provide nutrition counselling and education to individuals in a variety of life stages and disease states, including:

  • Pre-diabetes
  • High blood pressure
  • High cholesterol
  • Heart disease
  • Arthritis
  • Liver and kidney disorders
  • Gastrointestinal disorders such as irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), inflammatory bowel disease, food allergies and intolerances
  • Nutrient deficiencies, and eating disorders
  • Pregnancy, infancy and children

Registered Dietitians can also help healthy individuals of all ages improve their diets to prevent some of these above chronic conditions and improve their lifestyle.

What to Expect

Patients are seen by the Registered Dietitians for individual appointments. At your appointment, you can expect:

  • A collection/review of your health and diet
  • Review your medications and vitamin/mineral/herbal supplements
  • Review and explain any related blood work result.
  • Provide information about your chronic condition, appropriate use of your supplements, how your medications may affect your diet, and gain confidence in your ability to manage your disease
  • Work together to set nutrition-related goals to help achieve your best health.

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES:

COVID-19: Government of Canada - COVID-19 Food Safety

COVID-19: Pandemic Pantry Planning

COVID-19:  Primary Care Dietitians Association - Safe Grocery Shopping during COVID-19

COVID-19: Meal Planning for Pandemic

Primary Care Dietitians Association - Put it Away for a Rainy Day

 The Try 5 Fruit Challenge

The Try 5 Vegetable Challenge

Nutrition for Learning - PopUpSnacks program & locations