Holistic Nutrition & Dietetics
Understanding your nutritional status, eating habits and the type of food that you eat is an important part of your assessment. Identifying the unique way that food reacts to your body is imperative to achieving long-term health. We are dedicated to helping you achieve your dietary goals.
A Registered Dietitian is a regulated health professional that is licensed with the College of Dietitians of Ontario. A Registered Dietitian has completed at least 4 years of post-secondary education from an accredited University resulting in a Bachelor of Science or Applied Science in Food and Nutrition, followed by a rigorous and extensive internship or Masters program. Finally, to become a Registered Dietician in Ontario one must pass a written examination with the College of Dietitians of Ontario. Registered Dietitians are required to continue to stay up-to-date in the latest research and skills in order to provide their clients the best possible care. Dietitians have the knowledge about all disease states and their treatment with food and Nutrition, lifestyle modification, as well as with various traditional medical treatments. A Registered Dietitian will complete a thorough health history in order to come up with the appropriate plan of action specific for each individual based on their goals and their health. Whether you are looking for diet modification to treat a specific disease/issue, just looking to modify your lifestyle such as becoming vegetarian, or looking for help with food sensitivities, a dietitian can help you achieve that goal. Proper education will be provided to help you understand what is being prescribed as well as continued support and encouragement to help you ultimately meet your nutrition and health goals.
Certified Diabetes Educator: A Certified Diabetes Educator is a health professional that has extensive knowledge and training in the management and education of all types of diabetes. In addition to practical experience, a Certified Diabetes Educator has to pass board exam and engage in continued education and training in order to ensure they are current with the research and skills required in this ever-evolving area.
A Certified Diabetes Educator will help to educate you on what diabetes is and tailor your diet and lifestyle to prevent diabetes, delay the onset, or teach you how to manage your diabetes to prevent the potential complications associated with this disease.
- Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
- Chronic gas & bloating
- GERD (heartburn & reflux)
- Celiac disease
- Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO)
- Rosacea & redness
- Collagen induction
- Skin tightening
- Skin firming
- Dull and dehydrated skin
- Congested and inflamed skin
- Fine lines and wrinkles
- Keratosis Pilaris
Chronic & Metabolic Conditions
- Blood glucose regulation: prediabetes & diabetes + insulin resistance
- Weight loss