I get that untangling nutrition information can be confusing.
Nutrition information shouldn't be confusing. But often it is. Our family and friends say one thing, then we ask Google and find out ten more different things. Before we know it our head's spinning and we're totally stuck. What seemed like an easy thing has suddenly go us frozen.
You deserve straightforward, easy to apply, personalized nutrition information that helps you stay healthy so you can live the life you want to. And an accountability partner, who is an expert in nutrition and eating behavior change.
For many people, it can be confusing navigating all the nutrition information they find when they get a health wake-up call. What they really want is a simple way to understand and apply nutrition information. So their health improves, they reduce their risk of disease and they can enjoy their lifestyle.
Eating wisely is not about depriving yourself of your favourite foods in order to get healthy.
Eating wisely is about making the right decisions for you, based on your health and your goals.
Everyone is different. Since qualifying as a dietitian in 2005 it’s rare that I see two people with exactly the same problems who need exactly the same advice.
By helping you eat wisely we talk about not just what you eat but how you eat. If it's hard to change a behavior, we talk about why and work on specific action steps on how to change, rather than what to change.
Every step of the way.
As a College of Dietitian of British Columbia registrant, I am permitted to provide dietetic services online in all Canadian provinces except Alberta, Ontario and PEI and in-person to residents of British Columbia.
Only qualified health professionals, who are registered with the College of Dietitians of British Columbia, by law may use these titles and practice as Dietitians in British Columbia.
I can see you in person or via zoom and follow up on telephone. I see people at Wise Eats in Courtenay, Parksville and Nanaimo, individually and/or in a small support group with people struggling with the same eating problems who need to see a registered dietitian nutritionist..
Registration with the College of Dietitians of British Columbia and other members of the Alliance of Canadian Dietetic Regulatory Bodies requires:
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