This page provides you with evidenced-based nutrition information that we Dietitians use to provide adequate, harm-free nutrition guidance and advice. Healthy eating is more than what you put in your mouth and as an RD, I value trusted and transparent nutrition resources. I feel it is important to share scientific, reliable resources so I can help quiet the nutrition noise out there. Here are a few of my valued resources for you.
I currently work at Tripod Fertility as the Registered Dietitian.
At Tripod Fertility, we believe now is the best time to start your fertility journey. Our primary goal is to make your journey as easy for you as possible. Our physicians are available for the assessment of infertility, fertility preservation, gynecology (including gynecologic emergencies) and obstetrical/prenatal care.
This is the nation-wide website to find Dietitians that work in your area and the Find a Dietitian link will help you search for an RD that has a special focus in your area of concern.
Brought to you by Dietitians of Canada, this website has expert guidance on evidenced based nutrition information. No trends, fad diets or myths here! You can find dietitians to help with your nutrition journey or just read nutrition information by topic, such as food allergies, heart health, weight and health or food safety, to name a few. This site discusses all stages of life from pregnancy to the elderly and all it is based on the science of nutrition.
This website is created by the Healthwise Incorporated and is partnered and endorsed by the BC college of Family Physicians, Northern Health, the Doctors of BC medical Association, Vancouver Coastal Health and more. It has concise, easy to read information about nutrition, health conditions and management, references and credits. It has a Healthy eating section that refers to Age and Stage, for Schools and Communities, for a healthy weight and for professionals to use as a teaching source and guide.
This site is robust and can be hard to navigate but has all the information that Canada uses as points of references and resources. This contains Health concerns, drugs and health products, product safety, healthy living guidelines and health science and research.
This site contains the details of Canada’s Food guide to healthy eating. It discusses food choices, recipes, eating habits, tips and additional resources. There are lots of visuals to help you with navigate the page and resources. It also comes in many different languages include Tagalog, Deutsch, Polski, Mandarin, Korean, Farsi etc.
This website (CNS) is celebrating 10 years in service and advocate for nutrition literacy and education. They offer events, webinars, conferences and resources to healthcare professionals and the public. They promote nutrition science and education and advocate for best practices and policies that value the importance of nutrition to the health of all Canadians.
They have been around for over 60years and their work is dedicated to fighting heart disease and stroke. They offer science-based information on how to manage all conditions related to heart and circulatory health. This website is easy to navigate and offers education on eating, weight management, staying active, reducing stress and even discusses raising health kids.
This website has lots of information about carbohydrates and carbohydrate management. Whether you are vegan, dairy free, gluten free or other, they have recipes that can provide whole grains, vegetables and healthy balance in all meals. You can filter for breakfast, lunch, dinner or desserts.