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  • I am a Registered Dietitian, Intuitive Eating Coach and Body Acceptance Advocate. Through my struggles with disordered eating, I have found a passion in helping others make peace with food and develop a healthy relationship with their body. I understand how difficult eating can be. I really do. Do you feel guilty after eating? Do you avoid certain foods for fear of gaining/losing weight? Do you turn to food when you are bored, sad or anxious? Do you eat to a point of feeling overstuffed? Did you answer yes to any of these questions? We might be a great fit. I can help you free yourself of dieting, restrictions, and guilt. while eating foods that nourish and satisfy. Through intuitive and mindful eating principles, I will guide you into living the happy, healthy life you deserve. I offer nutrition counselling through e-mails, Skype and telephone to anyone in Canada.

  • Abbey Sharp is a culinary Registered Dietitian (RD), a TV and radio personality, food brand spokesperson, a food writer and blogger, and the founder of Abbey’s Kitchen Inc. After obtaining her BASc. in Nutrition and Food, her Canadian dietetic accreditation, and culinary training through George Brown College, Abbey began graduate school studying the Sociology of food. Her research and areas of interests involved looking at women’s date night food choices, and how these gendered food selections are influenced by social body expectations and perceived feminine identity. Today, Abbey has built a strong brand based on her core philosophy that a pleasurable relationship with food, your body and your self is the fundamental secret to good health. She has infused this outlook into Abbey’s Kitchen Inc., a multi-faceted food and nutrition media outlet developed with the goal of celebrating the pleasurable eating experience. From delicious healthy recipes, fun foodie webisodes, and cheeky nutrition advice, the Abbey’s Kitchen blog has become a popular space for garnering buzz about good for you food.

  • Abby Langer has been a Registered Dietitian since 1999. Educated at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia and Loyola University in Chicago, Abby has worked extensively both in nutrition management and in clinical nutrition. She has won awards for her teaching and has served for three years on her regulatory college’s council. Abby is passionate about all aspects of nutrition, from physiology to teaching to cooking.

  • I’m a firm believer that healthy eating should be a real pleasure. It’s not about what you don’t eat. It’s about what you do eat and in ways that taste so good that it ensures that your quest for nutritious eats is not short-lived. As a licensed member of College of Dietitians of Ontario, I bring this philosophy to my nutrition practice in Toronto. I also promote its importance in my writing including in my best-selling book, The Enlightened Eater’s™ Whole Foods Guide : Harvest the Power of Phyto Foods (Viking Canada). Simply put, my focus, both in my private nutrition counselling practice and my extensive work with the media, is to translate the science of nutrition into healthy and delicious fare.

  • Christy is a registered dietitian (RD), nutrition and food communications expert and the President of 80 Twenty Nutrition, a media company specializing in health and wellness. Nutrition is Christy’s passion, and she loves to spread the message that eating well doesn’t have to be hard. It can be fun as long as you use her 80 twenty rule for living a joyful, healthy life! Christy loves to develop creative recipes that focus on healthy ingredients with maximum flavour.

  • Cara holds a literature degree from the University of Western Ontario and a Bachelor of Applied Science in Food & Nutrition from Ryerson University. As the president of Words to Eat By, she has merged her two passions — writing and nutrition — to educate and excite the public about healthy living. A passionate foodie, Cara loves to cook, eat, educate and entertain about all things ingredient-related. Her six-year stint as the dietitian at Canadian Living magazine allowed Cara to reach millions of people with her simple and helpful messages about eating well. And her blog continues to inspire people with recipes and tips to ignite their passion for healthy eating. Her first cookbook, Nourish (Whitecap 2015), focuses on whole food recipes featuring seeds, nuts and beans.

  • Doug Cook RDN MPH is an Integrative & Functional Nutritionist, Diabetes Educator and Registered Dietitian who uses the principles of Integrated and Functional Medical Nutrition Therapy to help clients achieve and maintain their best health. His practice is grounded in science, not dogma and fad diets. He provides evidence to support his views and nutritional advice and according to clients, his strength lies in his ability to take complicated science and health information and translate it into easy-to-understand advice that clients can start to apply right away. He works with a variety of therapeutic diets and uses whole-food and nutritional supplements for optimal health.

  • Aglaée is a registered dietitian and nutritionist with over 12+ years of experience, and the author of Digestive Health with REAL Food. Aglaée is a mom, a passionate and dedicated health coach, and a REAL Food registered dietitian. She co-hosts the podcast Real Food Mamas and is the author of the book & cookbook “Digestive Health with REAL Food” and “Je me mets au paléo” (en français). Aglaee is passionate about helping people struggling with health issues and helping women heal their relationship with food and their bodies—and the space where those two problems converge.

  • As a dietitian and chef's daughter, Sue has a natural passion for delicious, wholesome food! Sue is the 2017 Dietitian of the Year (Dietitians of Canada Business & Industry Network) and and President of Nutrition Solutions, a company specializing in nutrition communications. With a reputation for excellence, she is recognized as one of Canada’s leading media dietitians, nutrition writers and nutrition trends experts. In her role as a savvy media spokesperson, skilled nutrition communications consultant and inspiring presenter, Sue is a pro at translating nutrition science into insightful business advice and practical healthy eating advice for consumers.

  • Ms Guest is registered dietitian (sport), certified personal trainer and a certified strength and conditioning specialist (National Strength and Conditioning Association), and she has been working in private practice in this field for almost two decades. She is currently researching the effects of gene-nutrient interactions (nutrigenomics) on athletic performance at the University of Toronto as her PhD project.

  • Sobia Khan is a registered dietitian and professor of food and nutrition at the Centre of Hospitality and Culinary Arts at George Brown College in Toronto, Canada. She received her BSc Honours from Biology and Pharmacology at McMaster University, MSc from the Department of Nutritional Sciences at University of Toronto, and dietetic internship at The Hospital for Sick Children (Sick Kids). She has worked in various areas relating to nutrition prevention and management of diabetes and heart disease especially within multicultural communities. Some of which include the Risk Modification Centre and Diabetes Comprehensive Care Program at St. Michael’s Hospital, “Eating for Two” and “Eating for Love” Canadian Prenatal Nutrition Programs, and South Asian Diabetes Prevention Program (SADPP) at Flemingdon Health Centre. Having diabetes in her own family, she feels motivated to create culturally focused resources, education and recipes that will assist multicultural communities at risk. She, along with George Brown College and Canadian Diabetes Association, recently published a cookbook entitled "150 Best Indian, Asian, Caribbean and More Diabetes Recipes".

  • Amanda Li is a culinary dietitian, professor at George Brown College, and founder of Nutrition.Wellness.Simplified. She founded Nutrition.Wellness.Simplified. with one goal in mind: To educate, encourage and equip busy professionals with the food preparation skills to make healthy eating the easier choice. Simple as that, because when you eat great food, you feel great and can accomplish great things!

  • Stefanie Senior is one of the leading registered dietitians and sports nutritionists in Toronto. She specializes in weight management, eating for exercise and athletic performance, and corporate wellness. Stefanie Senior, RD offers registered dietitian and sports nutrition services in Toronto and the GTA and runs a private practice Athletic Edge Sports Medicine, downtown Toronto. Stefanie offers nutrition counselling, weight management programs and support groups and creates customized meal plans based on food preferences, lifestyle and goals. She teaches nutrition programs to employees at the University Health Network and offers corporate wellness services to companies in the GTA including the WorkingWell and RBC. Stefanie is also a professor in food and nutrition at the Centre for Hospitality and Culinary Arts at George Brown College and the in-house dietitian and spokesperson for the CBC Live Right Now campaign.

  • HI! Are you struggling to make sense of confusing or conflicting nutrition advice? Would you like to have an experienced and knowledgeable coach take the guess-work out of nutrition for you, and help you look and feel better? I can help! I am a Registered Dietitian with a PhD in nutrition, and over 15 years of experience with changing lives through better nutrition. Along with my private practice in Kensington Market, Toronto, I lecture in nutrition at Ryerson University.

  • Currently working as a consulting Dietitian in downtown Toronto, Shauna focuses on reducing the risk of disease while striving to achieve optimal health for her clients. Shauna graduated from the University of Manitoba with a Bachelor of Human Ecology in Foods and Nutrition in 1992. She then completed a Graduate Clinical Nutrition Internship at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre in 1993. She has taken the media spokesperson course with Apex Public Relations and is currently a member of The College of Dietitians of Ontario, Dietitian’s of Canada (media, culinary, sport nutrition and vegetarian network) and The Consulting Dietitians of Ontario.

  • Hi, I’m Shahzadi, Registered Dietitian-Nutritionist and someone who cares about your health. My approach to healthy living is simple! It is about self-love, celebrating cultural cuisine, and living a conscious life. I believe, eating well and caring for ourself is crucial to be successful in our mission, and stay on top of your game! If you are struggling to find simple ways to keep yourself and your family healthy, you’ve come to the right place!

Top 15 Dietitians In Toronto