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What do Registered Dietitians do?

Dietitians help patients, clients, and communities build healthy relationships with food and enjoy it. Advice given by a dietitian is tailored to their patient’s and client’s unique needs and concerns. Dietitians are food and nutrition experts. They translate science, medical, and nutrition information into easy-to-understand terms.

Dietitians can help:

  • Coach you through diet and lifestyle changes to help you achieve healthy eating goals or manage disease 
  • Treat and manage chronic health conditions
  • Help you and your family achieve or maintain a healthy weight by developing a healthy lifestyle
  • Help you read food labels, grocery shop, and save money at the grocery store
  • Help with practical ideas for meals and snacks on the go, cooking tips, and more


Dietitians have specialized training in a variety of health conditions including:

  • Special diets such as: gluten-free, vegan and vegetarian, allergies, or intolerances 
  • Chronic health conditions such as: diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, thyroid disease, kidney disease, fatty liver disease, etc.
  • Digestive health, irritable bowel syndrome
  • Dietary deficiencies
  • Intuitive mindful eating 
  • Weight loss

What to expect at your first visit

Health History 
When you see the Dietitian for your first appointment you will be asked a series of questions regarding your current health and the reason, you’re in. This provides your dietitian with a better understanding of your health history and how to lead the appointment. 

Dietitian sessions are held in a private room where your privacy is our top priority. 

Based on the information provided with your health history and current nutrition-related concerns, the dietitian will recommend the best course of treatment or direction for future appointments. 

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