Dietitians love food and our curiosity to understand the science behind it drives us. Like all regulated health professionals, we undergo comprehensive and rigorous training, both on the job and in universities. You can find us working everywhere, including in health care, the food industry, education, business, government, and many other places.
We collaborate with our patients, clients, industry and government leaders, and communities to deliver reliable, life-changing advice.
Find out more here about dietitians and the difference between a dietitian and a nutritionist.
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Celiac disease requires a gluten-free diet for life. But you can still enjoy a wide variety of delicious and nutritious foods!
It is safe for most adults with celiac disease to have up to 3/4 cup (175 mL) a day of pure uncontaminated oats (measured dry).
Celiac disease requires a gluten-free diet for life. Read on to discover the wonderful gluten free tastes that you can safely enjoy.
A low fibre diet is common for people on a gluten-free diet. This is because gluten-free foods are often made with low fibre refined flours and starches.
Use this sample meal plan to give you ideas on how you can enjoy healthy gluten-free eating.
Ancient grains are grains that have been planted and harvested for thousands of years. Some ancient grains are not grains, but actually grasses or seeds.
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