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Super Health Food


What does a Registered Dietitian do? 

  • Helps you make changes in your eating and activity behaviours to improve your health or manage existing health conditions 

  • Works together with you to create a nutrition care plan to fit your lifestyle and preferences with a focus on setting small, realistic goals at each visit 

  • Works closely with your family physician, nurse, mental health counsellor and other team members to provide better care, together 

  • May recommend bloodwork to identify your nutritional needs and measure progress 

  • Discusses what, when, and how to eat to improve health and also explore the reasons behind why we eat the way we do 

  • Provides nutrition advice 

  • Improves heart health by lowering cholesterol and high blood pressure 

  • Helps with chronic disease such as pre-diabetes, diabetes, kidney, cancer, osteoporosis 

  • Provides dietary strategies to manage gastrointestinal issues in irritable bowel syndrome, celiac disease, and food intolerances 

  • Gives you information about nutritional deficiencies including iron deficiency and pernicious anemia 

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