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Nutritionist in Toronto

Working on one's nutrition can be challenging, especially with the overwhelming exposure to contradicting information. Our nutritionists and dietitians help to bridge the gap between science-informed reliable information and your health concerns and goals.

Our nutritionist and dietitians are experts in food and health and work with clients on a one-on-one basis to help prevent, manage and address disease and health problems with food. They provide clinical nutrition to support medical-based health issues following an integrative, holistic, science-based and personalized approach.

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How our Nutritionist Works?

The free consultation lasts 10-15 min. The intake and first session lasts 60-75 min. The follow-ups lasts 45 min.

Book a free consultation

The free consultation we offer allows you to meet different nutritionists or dietitians to explore who might be a best fit for you and your goals. It gives you a sense of what working with your practitioner is like before you commit.

Intake & first session

You then fill up your intake form and submit any documents that you nutritionist or dietitian requested during the free consultations (i.e., lab work, food log). In the first session, we discuss it with you.

Follow Ups

Your nutritionist or dietitian will work on your plan. On your first follow up, you discuss the plan together and from there, monitor progress and adjust the plan accordingly until your reach your goal.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is a "healthy diet"?
    A healthy diet is one that is sustainable, balanced, enjoyable, nutritive and makes you feel good emotionally, mentally and physically. A healthy eating pattern provides enough of each essential nutrient from nutrient-dense foods, includes a variety of foods from all the food groups, and provides the energy we need to thrive without excess. A healthy eating pattern does not consume our mental space but instead feels freeing. A healthy diet is unique to the individual as it considers the health status, the psychosocial and cultural factors and accessibility of the individual.
  • Can food really help my chronic metabolic condition (i.e., diabetes, hypertension)?
    Nutrition can help to manage and sometimes improve chronic health conditions such as diabetes, hypertension, hormonal concerns and many more. Focusing on one's nutrition is an accessible and empowering way to improve one's health.

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Book an Appointment

Book a free consult for the service of your choice to see if we meet your needs and can support you to meet your goals.

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