Lose the extra weight forever with the help of one-on-one consultations with our dietitians/nutritionists. Our dietitians-nutritionists work with you to develop a plan that will ensure permanent weight loss.
Are you ready to get healthy for life? Let our nutrition experts develop a nutrition care plan that’s carefully matched with your needs and your health or performance goals. We can guarantee an appointment within 48 hours through our online dietitian/nutritionist consultation service.
Increase your sport performance and endurance with the help of our sports dietitians—your experts in sports nutrition. You’ll go farther than you can imagine with the help of nutritional consultations with our nutritionists.
Our nutritionists work with you to develop a nutrition plan that will help you achieve your objectives in your sport. We were chosen by four university sports centres for the quality of our services.
Prevent or manage diabetes, cholesterolemia, hypertension, osteoporosis, irritable bowel syndrome, and more with the help of our dietitians. Using the Eat-Well Program, our dietitians/nutritionists work with you to develop a meal guide designed to help you prevent or manage your health issues.
Dietitian/nutritionist consultations are available in most locations across Canada.
Diabetes is linked to having blood glucose that remains too high after eating carbohydrates (sugars). This occurs when the insulin released in the blood is insufficient or ineffective. In healthy people, insulin moves glucose inside the body’s cells. When you have diabetes, the cells are deprived of nutrients and the glucose that stays too high in the blood becomes toxic.
You may have diabetes if you experience some or all of the following symptoms:
It can be difficult to find time and ideas to provide rich, varied, healthy nutrition for ourselves and our children, whether you have a large family, are a single parent, or are simply overwhelmed with work and life. It is, however, very important to help our children develop good eating habits to promote their growth and to avoid current or future diet-related illnesses. As you are well aware, nothing beats fresh, complete, and unprocessed foods!
Blood pressure is considered to be too high when it is above 140/90 mmHg. In Canada, more than 4.6 million people have been diagnosed with hypertension and many others have high blood pressure without knowing it.
Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is an intestinal disorder that usually causes bloating, flatulence, constipation, diarrhea, cramping, and/or abdominal pain. This problem can be addressed through a specific diet called LOW FODMAP, developed in 2005 by Sue Shepherd, an Australian nutritionist and dietitian. This eating plan is specifically recommended to relieve the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome and has been proven to help more than 75% of the cases treated.