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Frequently Asked Questions

Whatโ€™s the difference between a Nutritionist and a Dietitian?

A dietitan may call themselves a nutritionist but a nutritionist can't call themselves a dietitian. A dietitian is a health care professional that provides nutrition advice based on evidence and research. This ranges from healthy eating to complex conditions like kidney disease, diabetes, heart disease, etc. The term "registered dietitian" is regulated.
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โœ” Have a 4-year university degree in dietetics from an accredited university
โœ” Complete a dietetic internship(practical training)
โœ” Pass the Canadian Dietetic Registration Exam

Are Dietitian services covered by insurance?

Many employee health benefits plans and major insurers (7/10)ย cover dietitian services under their general plans. Despite the demand for guidance on nutrition to improve our health (including mental health), some plans do not cover dietitian services.

Are the recipe books available in print?

Yes!ย Both recipe books are now available in print and can be shipped straight to your door. You can now enjoy having a hard copy to refer to when following recipes. Check out the store to explore purchasing options.

Can I have a personalized eating plan?

Yes. Personalized eating plans or guidance on eating well are available through individual consultations. Please book an appointment for one-on-one nutritional counselling catered to your lifestyle.